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Identifying risky vessels by combining advanced filters
Identifying risky vessels by combining advanced filters
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Written by Kelly Rummins
Updated over a week ago

The filters in Starboard are a powerful way to understand vessel behaviour and answer complex analysis questions.

Using filters to uncover noteworthy vessels

When you combine filters such as anomalous movements, high risk flags, sanctioned vessel lists, encounters, missing AIS, and/or past port visits, noteworthy vessels start to emerge.

Applying vessel activity filters is a bit slower than other filter types as there are billions of events being filtered.

Using filters to assess vessels arriving into your area of interest

When your analysis represents high risk vessel behaviours or characteristics, for example a modus operandi for illegal activity, this analysis can be useful for building custom queries, which alongside area filters, can be used to risk assess arriving vessels.

The vessel list can be useful to quickly assess noteworthy activity for vessels arriving. Sorting to key events on the journey can uncover anomalous movements or encounters worth further investigation.

Tip: Once you have set up your analysis you can copy the web link (URLs) to return to it later or share with others in the team. Learn more: Sharing your analysis with other Starboard users.

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