For the people involved in keeping our oceans safe, marine casualty data is critical, but it’s also increasingly vital to keep the world’s supply chains moving. The constantly moving and changing maritime industry needs data and insight that evolves.
As ports and global shipping become ever more complicated, accurate geospatial ports data can be the key to efficiency and costs savings.
International shipping is under more scrutiny than ever. Here's how advanced maritime data can help ensure regulatory compliance.
Learn how our COACT framework delivers accurate and reliable maritime data to enable intelligent compliance risk management, monitoring of maritime trade and smarter commercial strategy.
Operations at ports are increasingly busy and complicated. Cut through the complexity with reliable and advanced maritime data.
Official sanctions lists such as OFAC establish a firm red line against the highest risk vessels, flag states, owners, and operators. Any legitimate organisation that does business with these blacklisted vessels or entities – knowingly or unknowingly – could suffer financially or reputationally.
The movement of illicit cargo across water is increasingly difficult to pinpoint. Tactics used by owners and operators to conceal the transport and exchange of materials that are sanctioned are evolving and becoming increasingly sophisticated.
The key to success in identifying maritime compliance risk is being able to understand and rate patterns of high-risk behaviour and activity as quickly as possible. Ideally, to do so as soon as the activity emerges and before it reaches alarming levels.
The constantly moving and changing maritime industry needs data and insight that evolves. Since we’ve integrated machine learning into our powerful historical and real-time database, new and more advanced insight about vessel and fleet behaviour has emerged.