Report Generator MRC is an SQL query generator using a
non-programmers to generate the reports that may be required. Reports
can include any database and database record within the MariWeb™
system including the primary database, the MEM database
and the ASM
The MRC reports can be run on an ad hoc basis or on a regular
basis for example daily, weekly, monthly or annually.
The design of the report layouts is accomplished on a standard
Internet browser interface. This allows for reports to be generated
satisfying legacy layouts or new layouts to be created. The report
layout allows for text, graphics and the presentation of the data
obtained from the report generator. The resultant reports can be
designed to have a specific layout that can be kept for official record
purposes. These reports can be faxed or emailed as a Portable Document
Format [PDF] attachment once available to a list of recipients. This
same data is also available in CSV format or PDF for viewing using an
All standard functions such as sorting and grouping of report
fields are available.
Generator runs the reports created by the MRC when required
the databases selected. The output is placed ina document repository
for retrival by the operators.
Playback Service (active / static)
The active MariWeb™
Playback Service [MPS] allows the playback of AIS data
specifc time and date to another specific time and date using a
specified Logical Shore Station [LSS]. This view on the ECS is exactly
as the operating using the same LSS would have seen at the time the
data was collected. The playback can be at any speed from realtime up
to a x10 acceleration.
The static playback produces a 'snap shot' view of the period
tails for the selected vessels from the start time and date to the end
time and date for the ECS view selected.
reports can also be generated. This is particularly useful for maritime
authorities that deal with vessel routing, AtoN placement and the
design of ports and port approaches. Positional data for any particular
set of vessels within a particular area for a selected time period is
plotted as a series of dots on a chart / map. The dots are allocated a
colour dependent on one of the following: speed, rate of turn, course
over ground or draught.