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Movements Module


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IHS Maritime is the leading provider of combined satellite and terrestrial AIS ship position, movement and port calling information.


The Sea-web Movements module brings you five years uninterrupted satellite and terrestrial coverage of ship port callings along the world's critical maritime trade routes, for asset tracking or risk assessment. This information, along with deep ocean coverage, can also be supplied in a format of your choice, at a frequency of your choice, to integrate into your own system or for your own analysis.
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Sea-web's Movements Database is an additional module available to enhance your Sea-web application and contains details of millions of recorded ship movements recorded by the AISLive network of receivers.

The Movements module allows users to view a ships current position, or last reported position where known, as well as allowing users to view the fleet position of a particular owner, manager or operator as well as historic movements and port callings.

Movements Coverage


The database contains recorded ship movements, and for each movement record the port of call, country, arrival date and sailing date are given. The information in the Movements Database is obtained primarily from AIS data and is supplemented by a number of other sources.


Movements Search


The Movements Search screen provides a facility for searching on single or multiple fields. The facility includes options to search by ship name, country/port of call and dates, as well as having more complex search capabilities for shiptype, flag, ownership and tonnages.



Movements Search Functions

  • Movements
  • Country and port of call
  • Departed, currently at, destined for
  • To and from sailed and arrival dates
  • Ownership (all five levels)
  • Shiptypes

Historic Movements Details

  • Port of Call
  • Arrival Date
  • Sailing Date
  • Hours in Port

Additional modules are only available with a subscription to either a Sea-web Single User or Five User Account.
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