of the TV32
has been updated. A new
of the manual has been posted which includes those changes.
|The latest version of TV32 is available -- version 7.7.4B.
the MSSIS team at the Volpe Center for more information. (Posted 7/15/08)
The Maritime Safety and Security Information System (MSSIS) is a freely-shared,
unclassified, near real-time data collection and distribution network.
Its member countries share data from Automatic Identification Systems
coastal radar, and other maritime-related systems.
MSSIS is intended to promote multilateral collaboration and
data-sharing among international participants, with a primary goal
of increasing maritime security and safety. Data sources may range
from a single sensor to an entire national vessel tracking network.
MSSIS is perfectly suitable as a one-stop source for streaming global
maritime data. Because the data distributed by MSSIS maintains its original,
internationally recognized format and is delivered to users in near real time,
member organizations are able to utilize the feed to meet their specific mission
Members joining the MSSIS network can immediately begin to leverage
its capabilities. Transview
(), the client software for MSSIS, serves as a
common system interface and vessel tracking display for its
users. It offers a variety of standalone display features
and also functions as a gateway for users to access and contribute to the
aggregated, global data.
With frequently enhanced system capabilities and a
continuously growing MSSIS community, government organizations can
capitalize on the services of MSSIS to improve and maintain Maritime Domain Awareness.
the MSSIS team at the US Department of Transportation's
for further information.