Exploiting AIS Data for Intelligent Maritime Navigation: A Comprehensive Survey From Data to Methodology

@article{Tu2018ExploitingAD,
  title={Exploiting AIS Data for Intelligent Maritime Navigation: A Comprehensive Survey From Data to Methodology},
  author={Enmei Tu and Guanghao Zhang and Lily Rachmawati and Eshan Rajabally and Guangbin Huang},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems},
  year={2018},
  volume={19},
  pages={1559-1582}
}
The automatic identification system (AIS) tracks vessel movement by means of electronic exchange of navigation data between vessels, with onboard transceiver, terrestrial, and/or satellite base stations. The gathered data contain a wealth of information useful for maritime safety, security, and efficiency. Because of the close relationship between data and methodology in marine data mining and the importance of both of them in marine intelligence research, this paper surveys AIS data sources… 
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