In this video, we will teach you about Standard Rendezvous events in Skylight. This event is when two AIS-transmitting vessels have come within a short distance of each other, which is helpful for analyzing potential at-sea transshipment events.
Dark Rendezvous Events
In this video we will teach you about Dark Rendezvous Events in Skylight. This event is when a single vessel transmitting AIS displays tracks resembling potential at-sea transshipment.
Creating Areas of Interest (AOI)
In this video, we will teach you how to create an area of interest in Skylight. An "Area of Interest" or AOI, enables certain types of events in Skylight.
This includes Skylight's Entry Events and Speed Range Events. AOIs are required to create email alerts for any type of events as well as recording and downloading data seen on the map for briefings or reports.
In this video will teach you about Entry Events in Skylight. This event is real-time AIS-based detection of a vessel entering an Area of Interest (AOI).
To begin monitoring a certain area with Entry Events, you must understand how to create an Area of Interest or AOI. If you have not yet created an Area of Interest or AOI, see our video on how to create one.
Speed Range Events
In this video, we will teach you about Speed Range Events in Skylight. This event is a real-time AIS-based detection of a vessel traveling at certain speed in an Area of Interest.
In this video, we'll teach you about Fishing Events in the Skylight. These events are generated by a machine learning model. This model was trained on numerous track examples of fishing behavior provided by subject matter experts.
Managing Areas of Interest
In this video, we will teach you about interacting and managing your areas of interest. Areas of interest are required to generate certain events, create alerts, as well as view historical satellite imagery and request new satellite imagery.
Alert Creation and Management
Skylight focus on events helps to distill the vast amount of information provided by AIS and other data, and sometimes a timely alert can help analysts respond most effectively.
In this video, we'll teach you how to create alerts in Skylight.
Satellite Radar Imagery
In addition to real, or near real-time events, Skylight supplements these data with satellite imagery available for free to partners.
The satellite imagery in Skylight is Synthetic Aperture Radar or Satellite Radar. In this video, we will teach you how to view satellite imagery in Skylight.
Skylight provides training sessions that provide a basic review of Skylight's functionalities. During this training, you are free to ask questions and make specific request of topics to cover.Request Training