AISLive New Version
IHS Maritime are pleased to launch a new version of AISLive where customers can experience an updated user interface including new and enhanced features.

AISLive provides unique and powerful ship filtering capabilities making AISLive the market leader in the provision of accurate real-time and historical ship tracking information.

New Features

  • Last known position of ship stays on map for 24 hrs (previously 30 minutes)
  • Enhanced ship track with animation. Ability to select date range and set draught threshold for verified ships
  • Additional 28 filter options, including Destination, Operator, Technical Manager and Last Port of Call filters
  • Export your WatchList into Excel
  • Dynamic real time intelligence reporting
  • New ruler measuring tool – measure easily and quickly how far a ship is from your port (NM)
  • Ability to add notes to ships in WatchList
  • Increased ship track history for standard users now 7 days - previously 72 hours (Premium 30 days)

User Interface Updates

  • Display ship types on map by colour or speed and recency
  • Tanker and dry cargo berths shown on map
  • Show/hide port, berth and ships labels
  • New look and feel – details pop up integrated in left panel
  • Clearly identify high/low areas of traffic density

Log in to the new site using your exsiting username and password

AISLive New version Main Mapping Screen

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