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An Automatic identification system (AIS) is

[a] tracking system used for identifying and geo-locating ships. Ships equipped with AIS equipment electronically exchange data about their identity and location with other ships and AIS base stations. The system is also used in vessel traffic management and other applications.[1]

References Edit

  1. Tallinn Manual, at 210.

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