Welcome back to the our channel for a discussion about how some of the world’s biggest shipping companies avoid collisions and keep their most expensive vessels safe. I think it was rather fortunate that the Louisiana's captain was able to run aground instead of ramming a cruise ship. It’s kinda hard to dodge something target you behind the eight ball in the middle of the big big blue Ocean. Interesting video! I have one question about AIS: Are the safety-related or routine priority text messages used much on them? I always found that feature to be extremely unusual, due to the user interface design of the AIS transceivers. From what I've seen, they often have the rotate and press style of wheel, or a set of arrows plus enter key, to select the letters, and I have a feeling that such UI would discourage actual writing of messages.