MariWebTM V6 – 130,000 active AIS targets.
With the release of MariWeb™ V6, IMIS has provided the world with an AIS network that can handle all AIS data requirements, simultaneously, for more than 130,000 active AIS targets. Fully compliant with all published IEC, ITU, NMEA and IALA specifications and recommendations, including the integration of satellite AIS (S-AIS) data sources, MariWeb™ V6 has set a new standard in AIS network technology. “This latest MariWeb™ V6 achievement is the result of dedicated team work by all concerned in the MariWeb™ software development team”, commented Ernie Batty, the IMIS Technical Director. Mr. Batty added: “MariWeb™ V6 is one of the most advanced AIS software suites in the world, providing users from small ports to national maritime authorities with reliable, comprehensive real-time AIS data.”
MariWeb™ version 6
MariWeb™, the flag ship AIS network product of IMIS Global Limited has progressed from its initial version in 2004, to the latest iteration: MariWeb™ version 6. Released in 2013, version 6 has significantly updated capabilities including performance, reporting, compliance to IALA A-124 Recommendation, IEC61162-1, IEC62320-1 Ed1, IEC62320-1 and ITUR.M1371-4. MariWeb™ version 6 is built on the successful platforms of MariWeb™ version 4 and MariWeb™ version 5.
IMIS Maritime Technology Seminar – July 2013, Guayaquil, Ecuador
In mid-July 2013, IMIS hosted a technology seminar in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Speakers at the seminar, in addition to IMIS, were ORBCOMM, Kelvin Hughes, WildAid, InfoPront and the WWF. The seminar was opened by Señora Doctora Maria del Pilar Cornejo de Grunauer, Secretaria Nacional De Gestión de Riesgo, República del Ecuador. “The seminar was a complete success”, said Diane Flatt, the IMIS USA Business Manager who coordinated the seminar. “All speakers contributed to the display of cutting edge technologies in the maritime arena”, added Mrs Flatt. “The unveiling by IMIS of MariWeb™ V6, which can provide AIS data in respect of more than 130,000 vessels, simultaneously, was a special high point in the seminar, which proved to be an excellent event for the maritime community in Ecuador to view the latest developments in maritime technology.”