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Henrik Nielsen's Global AI Ship Traffic for MSFS

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16 minutes ago, cianpars said:

Did I read somewhere that some users had reported that the wakes were angled at 45° since the sim update 9 patch/fix?  I've been away from my PC for a few days, so have been unable to check, though I don't recall noticing anything untoward.

I have had this too....at some angles if you are far enough from the ship traffic, the wakes are not trailing 180 degrees out from behind the stern...when I fly an off-set parallel flight path.

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Weird, I'll give that a try. Wonder what's causing it to freeze like that though. Was never a problem prior to SU9.


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2 hours ago, captain420 said:

Weird, I'll give that a try. Wonder what's causing it to freeze like that though. Was never a problem prior to SU9.

Duh know..., but...as I said...for whatever reason,  calling up the Task Manager, and then merely using the top right X box to close the window,  caused MSFS to get past the load bar freeze already 4 times that I tried it.  It could be a W10/11 call...that gets hanged in the coding....and for some reason,  causing W10/11 to focus on the Task Manger, breaks the lock/loop?   Who knows...

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Together with Knud, Kai we are progressing towards the first live marine traffic version...

Today was test day for new models - in particular the two new giant DFDS ferries Luna Seaways and Aura Seaways sailing between Sweden and Lithuania.

First sea trials to test textures and effects...

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Then Live docked in Klaipeda earlier today

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German SAR boat Nis Randers - please visit the site DGzRS | MRCC BREMEN | Bremen Rescue Radio | Die Seenotretter

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Can't wait for this! 🙂 Looks absolutely beautiful!

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We have been testing live traffic again today...

Here Delft Seaways arrive real time in Dunkirk

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Looking fantastic!

@KL791 Over 127,244 downloads and counting.

WOW!

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47 minutes ago, DJJose said:

Looking fantastic!

@KL791 Over 127,244 downloads and counting.

WOW!

Yest that is a bit surrealistic... And with the Tech from Kai and AIG this will become even more fun - finally we will have ships docking in harbors.

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Live traffic is the future (for those with stable internet)

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20 minutes ago, Tuskin38 said:

Live traffic is the future (for those with stable internet)

We will keep the bgl's available and updated with the new ships as back up... 

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Just wanted to say thanks so much for this excellent mod! It really makes coastal areas come to life. The models are excellent!

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I fly the airliners and don't really care about wakes and details and stuff BUT the first and last few minutes of every flight always has me catching a few large ships or boats in the area that that adds heaps of realism so this is a great mod.

 

Also especially since the new version my horrendous stutters during cruise are gone so this used to be the cause of that.

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I just recently installed this mod and have been enjoying the ship traffic, and was thinking that it would be cool if AIS data could be used to render it live. Should have figured you were already working on it. Looks great! 

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Unbelievable and outstanding contribution to our Flight Simulation World.

I’m a low and slow Simmer and throughly enjoy seeing shipping throughout this great planet. I take my hat off to you, and thank you for the added emersion.

Kind Regards Brian 

BJ from Oz

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