More Google Earth / AIS Stuff

After playing with this stuff for several days, I have added some cool
features to my AIS data postprocessor programs. Many of them are
invisible, added to make the system more convenient, but one nice
feature is that each ship now has all its tracks combined into a
“folder”, allowing you to show or hide tracks for individual ships.
Clicking on the endpoints of each track shows interesting information
about the ship. In this file, ship position data is captured once every
ten minutes.
Here (attached) is the Google Earth “.kmz” file with the output from
several days of monitoring. The areas from where I get good signals
show up pretty clearly. By the way, the receiver was not running
continuously during this monitoring period.


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