Interestingly many windfarms in the North Sea report as AToNs.
This is the summary of our weather here, collected over two years. Data was logged from a N23DQ 2.1.3 OS: 3.0.9 into MySQL as also seen in Periodic sending. The data gets send to a PHP script on a remote server that then makes graphs, overlays this onto a webcam picture, updates the MySQL database and sends the data also to Weather Underground. But Weather Underground does not give me overall mean temperatures, and does not log certain values, but samples more often, while I took samples every 5 minutes in my own data base. Discrepancies in the histogram and the WU data are explained through this. The peak value of 42 degrees would also have been achieved in full sun exposure.
These are the most reported destinations from 51444 ships (MSSI) (AIS Message 5) as pulled from AISHubs data feed. Interestingly major harbours from the People Republic of China are under represented.
Travel distances of Clyde CalMac Ferries
|Name||MMSI||Distance traveled (km)||Daily km traveled||Yearly km traveled||mean daily return crossings|
By logging to a Mysql table all recorded GPS positions, we see the workload that is put on these RoRo ferries.
After logging 13371 Class B Message 24 and 44676 Class B Message 5 AIS messages received from AISHUB including my own AIS feed with my version of aisparser, these are the most common transmitted names. Names were exported to CSV and cleaned for punctuation characters, and unnecessary spaces.
Interesting fishing patterns in the Clyde Estuary. I could find the following quite interesting article about it.
Since several months, I have been logging all AIS ship positions in the Clyde Estuary. This is the plot from more than two million positions. Overland plots are from SAR aircrafts. (Search and Rescue Aircrafts) that transmit positions on both AIS and ADS-B frequencies.