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I have a Mac AIS product in development. You can grab the beta from the website, but this forum won't allow me to post the URL. Google for "skunktracker mac ais" and you'll find it; new beta went up a couple of weeks ago). It uses any combination of external AIS data radios and network connections. The receiver configuration is a bit painful right now; contact me offlist if you need help. Runs on G4/G5/Intel Macs running Tiger or Leopard.

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How did i miss this thread

Of course PolarView supports AIS - in fact our AIS implementation has a few unique features including:
- Excellent scalability (tested with data stream including thousands of vessels)
- Advanced CPA algorithm that takes vessel dimensions in account.
- Linked to external MMSI database for those rainy days when I sail from my armchair
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Live Ships Map - AIS - Vessel Traffic and Positions

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