MarineTraffic provided AIS Receivers

Over the years, MarineTraffic has utilized a variety of devices as its network has expanded. This diversity from the continuous enhancement of receiver technology and the increased functionality offered by Raspberry Pi-based devices. Additionally, the acquisition of the FleetMon network has further expanded the range of devices in use. All of these devices are included in the comprehensive overview.

Current devices

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SLR450Ni

SLR350Ni 

SLR400Ni

Comar R400N (SLR350N)

 

Older devices

- Comar SLR300N

- Comar SLR200N

- NASA Marine AIS Engine 3

- ELGR 162-ETH

 

Special devices

Producing devices has been particularly challenging due to recent challenges in the global supply chain, prompting us to explore all available options. As a result, we introduced a few special editions, which are not individually documented here due to their limited production quantities. Below is an overview of these devices and additional information.

 

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This device is based on the same Raspberry Pi platform as the SLR450Ni, so the instructions for that can be used here. The labels for the ports are indicated on the device. However, it lacks some of the LEDs for AIS reception.

 

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This device is based on the same Raspberry Pi platform as the SLR400Ni, so the instructions for that can be used here. The labels for the ports are indicated on the device. However, it lacks some of the LEDs for AIS reception.

 

 

If you do not yet have a MarineTraffic receiver and your area is not adequately covered, you can apply for a free AIS receiving station to expand our network. You can find more information about it here.

Become an AIS Partner

 

Links

- How to install an AIS station

- How to find the AIS receiver within your network

- AIS Receiver Dashboard

- Hotspot Mode