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Air cargo numbers have the format 123-12345678
We use the first 3 digits to automatically send the request to the correct airline
You can type in the format 123-12345678 or 12312345678 for tracking.
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The Automatic Identification System (AIS) is an automatic tracking system used on ships for identifying and locating vessels to avoid collisions. Also port authorities use AIS to better control sea traffic.
Each vessel broadcasts its AIS messages via VHF channels (frequencies 161.975 MHz and 162.025 MHz) using a transceiver connected with a positioning system such as a GPS. Nearby vessels receive that signal and process it using special software