The predicted track feature is available for all Unlimited users. If you would like to see predicted routes of vessels, please upgrade your account first.

By searching for a vessel in the search field or selecting a vessel on the map, the past and predicted route of the ship will be displayed.

The red line represents the predicted route of a vessel. The predicted track uses the destination port as an endpoint which is received from the AIS and calculates the most plausible route towards the given port. The prediction is based on FleetMon's unique routing network. The destination port is displayed as a red anchor icon on the map.

Have a look at CMA CGM SWORDFISH approaching the port o Shanghai.

Hover States With Detailed Route Information

We added useful information to the predicted track. For more details on the predicted route of a vessel, please enable the Track Inspector first.

When examining the predicted track of a selected vessel closer, you'll find red-colored, circular supporting points. If you hover over one of these supporting points a grey box with further information on the vessel's predicted route will be displayed. The box shows the following information at a glance:

  • Distance left (in NM) until destination port is reached

  • Estimated Time of Arrival (by FleetMon) at the respective supporting point

  • Time left (in min/days) until the respective supporting point is reached

  • Port of destination

  • Timestamp of the AIS signal received upon which the prediction is based

Route Legend

To help you analyze the past and future track of a vessel, we added a route legend box to the right bottom corner of the screen.

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