Vesper announces important bulletin for AIS products
Vesper Marine has published an important technical bulletin regarding an essential update required for their AIS transponders. See the bulletin here .
Can't decide which AIS transponder to buy?
Check out our blog article "How to Choose an AIS Transponder" here.
Download our AIS presentation from the Seattle Boat Show.
Milltech Marine presented a seminar at the Seattle Boat Show titled "Getting the Most from your AIS System". If you would like to download a copy of the presentation, click here.
Having antenna issues? Check out our latest blog article.
Getting the VHF antenna connected to your AIS system is probably the most important factor for good AIS performance. Check out our guide here for our top ten antenna tips.
US Coast Guard marine safety alert regarding LED lighting interference
Have you experienced AIS or VHF reception issues and have LED lights onboard? Be sure to read this US Coast Guard advisory to learn more.
TIMEZERO TZ iBoat + Vesper XB8000 + FURUNO 1st Watch Wireless Radar: A new mobile solution for charting, AIS and radar
Check out our blog article to see how you can combine AIS, marine navigation, charting and radar using the TZ iBoat app.
U.S. Coast Guard Takes Aim at AIS Transponder Errors
Improperly programmed AIS transponders are becoming are real safety issue and the USCG is cracking down. See our blog article here for more information.
New AIS product range added to Milltech Marine online store!
Milltech Marine is now a dealer for em-trak AIS products. Check out our range of new products here.
The latest AIS transponder technology is now available!
We are proud to announce the availability of the AMEC WideLink B600 Class B SOTDMA AIS Transponder - one of the first transponders built based on the newest AIS standard. This transponder features 5-watt transmit power for greater range as well as SOTDMA technology for better management of transmissions. Check out the product page for more information.
US Coast Guard announces new rules for AIS
On January 30 2015, the US Coast Guard published their long-anticipated new rules for AIS which go into effect on March 2 2015. For more information, see our resource page here.