Become AIS Partner
Join us and become part of our growing AIS receiver station network. Share your AIS data and get your own live AIS traffic image of your area.
Cover your area
Regardless of whether you are a ship enthusiast or you are in the maritime business: becoming an AIS Partner will improve your activities. Represent
your area on FleetMon, make more maritime information available to the public domain and help us to expand our terrestrial AIS coverage worldwide.
Click here to read more about AIS and our AIS network, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
What is in it for you?
- Get a FleetMon Professional subscription for free and have access to all professional services.
- The data is yours and available as a stream or as a map for your website.
- If you are in an important area where we need to improve our coverage, we will provide you with a free AIS antenna kit.
- You can experiment with the AIS data and the equipment to extend the range of your station.
If you are interested in becoming an AIS partner, please choose one of the following options:
Become AIS Partner and you’ll get rewarded with a FleetMon
subscription for free!
How It Works
Obtain your own dedicated station Hardware
FleetMon AIS receiver stations are small automated VHF receivers that forward captured ship signals to our servers. They do not need much energy or internet-bandwidth and are nearly maintenance-free.
If you are able to mount a small antenna (1m) and connect the receiver to power supply and have a permanent Internet connection, you are good to go!
Sharing signals with existing equipment
It is easy to adjust your system to forward signals to our servers, regardless of whether you are using software such as ShipPlotter, AIS Dispatcher or GNU AIS.
We have a document where you can find guides that can help you whether it is the
dispatcher software or the hardware installation!
For direct assistance you can contact our service team who will help you with your specific problem via email or phone. Submit a request now.