Multi Media: First Public View of Indonesian Fishing Fleet from Government VMS data

For more information, contact: Kimbra Cutlip / Kimbra@skytruth.org /+1  443.871.1632

See the public Indonesia workspace map revealing Indonesian VMS data alongside AIS data. http://globalfishingwatch.org/indonesia-vms

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Youtube Video available here: https://youtu.be/U0vgrj9GhoU 

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Credit: Global Fishing Watch, Inc., 2017

Captions: Global Fishing Watch uses publicly broadcast AIS signals to track fishing vessels. On the Global Fishing Watch heat map, every lighted point represents a fishing vessel. The blue points are vessels detected through AIS. The green points represent nearly 5,000 additional vessels revealed through Indonesia’s government Vessel Monitoring System. This data has never been made available to the public before now.

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Animated Gif Comparing AIS only with the addition of Indonesian VMS data

 


IMAGE 1: Side by side comparisson: 3.04 MB

Global Fishing Watch uses publicly broadcast AIS signals to track fishing vessels. On the Global Fishing Watch heat map, every lighted point represents a fishing vessel. The blue points are vessels detected through AIS, the green points represent nearly 5,000 additional vessels revealed through Indonesia’s Vessel Monitoring System data.

Global Fishing Watch uses publicly broadcast AIS signals to track fishing vessels. On the Global Fishing Watch heat map, every lighted point represents a fishing vessel. The blue points are vessels detected through AIS. The green points represent nearly 5,000 additional vessels revealed through Indonesia’s government Vessel Monitoring System. This data has never been made available to the public before now.

 


Image 2: Vertical Comparisson 2.88 MB

Global Fishing Watch uses publicly broadcast AIS signals to track fishing vessels. On the Global Fishing Watch heat map, every lighted point represents a fishing vessel. The blue points are vessels detected through AIS. The green points represent nearly 5,000 additional vessels revealed through Indonesia’s government Vessel Monitoring System. This data has never been made available to the public before now.


Image 3: Indonesian waters with AIS and VMS shown 2.0 MB

Global Fishing Watch uses publicly broadcast AIS signals to track fishing vessels. On the Global Fishing Watch heat map, every lighted point represents a fishing vessel. The blue points are vessels detected through AIS, the green points represent nearly 5,000 additional vessels revealed through Indonesia’s Vessel Monitoring System data.

Global Fishing Watch uses publicly broadcast AIS signals to track fishing vessels. On the Global Fishing Watch heat map, every lighted point represents a fishing vessel. The blue points are vessels detected through AIS. The green points represent nearly 5,000 additional vessels revealed through Indonesia’s government Vessel Monitoring System. This data has never been made available to the public before now.


Image 4: Global View .5 MB

Global Fishing Watch uses publicly broadcast AIS signals to track fishing vessels. On the Global Fishing Watch heat map, every lighted point represents a fishing vessel. The blue points are vessels detected through AIS, the green points represent nearly 5,000 additional vessels revealed through Indonesia’s Vessel Monitoring System data.

Global Fishing Watch uses publicly broadcast AIS signals to track fishing vessels. On the Global Fishing Watch heat map, every lighted point represents a fishing vessel. The blue points are vessels detected through AIS. The green points represent nearly 5,000 additional vessels revealed through Indonesia’s government Vessel Monitoring System. This data has never been made available to the public before now.