Everything on the screen responds to the filters you have set. These are set at the top of the screen.

Try it out: See recent fishing activity and encounters for selected flag states in an area of the Pacific ocean.

Filters can be used to look for vessels entering an area of interest from foreign ports. This is particularly useful for viewing risk assessments of arriving vessels.

Learn more: Viewing arriving vessels at risk of carrying unwanted hitchhiker pests.

Filters can also be used to study a small area over a long time frame.

Learn more: Analysing historical vessel movements to identify incursions in a marine park.

Creating and downloading vessel lists

Once you have completed your analysis a list can be generated for all of the vessels you can see on the map, at any given time. (Sometimes vessels just outside your monitor’s viewport are included). From here you can:

  • Sort by different columns

  • See recent and upcoming port visit details

  • Download a CSV of the vessel list for further analysis

Tagging vessels

Vessels can be tagged to create lists of vessels and fleets that your organisation needs to keep track of.

Learn more: Keeping track of vessels and fleets of interest with tags.

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