Reliability, resilience and security of production locations and supply chains have become more important due to the pandemic and concurrent geopolitical tensions.
The first port to introduce containerisation to the nation, it lost the primacy to the west coast port of Los Angeles in 1989, as booming trade with China boosted the Pacific gateway.
Is your AIS data incomplete or unreliable? For many shipping professionals, this spells disaster with time and money wasted on poor conclusions and misallocation of resources. Today, we’ll share 7 tips to help bridge your maritime data gaps so you can boost efficiency for your fleets or vessels of interest.
Predictive Fleet Analytics is revolutionising supply chain management by giving reliable and accurate data you cannot find anywhere else.
How Predictive Fleet Analytics provides reliable predictions based on a broad range of data to aid decision making across the maritime industry.
Although raw AIS data is the default go-to for information, it’s difficult to plan ahead when about 32% of vessels sail without a destination logged, 36% of vessels’ AIS transmissions do not include ETAs. Even when those transmissions do include ETAs, 27% of vessels arrive late. Information inaccuracies lead to wrong judgments and cause significant logistical, competitive, and financial challenges — including spoiled cargo, wasted fuel, excess pollution, or additional demurrage and detention (D&D) charges.
Gain insight into future vessel activity with Predictive Fleet Analytics for supply chain efficiency and to pinpoint sales potential.
Marine businesses are often forced to deal with vessel ETA inaccuracies. What are the knock-on effects and how can organisations secure better ETA data?
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.
In this webinar, a panel of industry experts looks at the true scale of the cyber threat to shipping, challenges facing businesses as they embrace more digitalisation and how insurers and brokers are evolving to help protect against the peril
The automatic identification system, or AIS, is a vessel tracking system that allows shipping to operate more safely and efficiently. Vessels over a particular size, and all passenger ships, are required to carry equipment that broadcasts information about their position, course and speed, as well as other important data.
Learn from industry experts how to identify key priorities for digitalisation and how to balance risk and reward when technological advances often outpace business cases. Find out about the digital success stories that are already enhancing industry efficiency and what the blockers and pitfalls are when it comes to integrating new systems into a business model.
Find out how accurate geospatial ports data can be the key to efficiency and cost savings as ports and port operations become ever more complicated.
Shipping has entered a decade of transformation. Looking back from 2030, the industry will see real progress towards decarbonisation and significant advances in technology.
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.
Industry experts share their views on what are the digital myths and what are the realities. Is hyper-connectivity everything the marketing gurus claim or just pie in the sky? What’s the best form of connectivity for a fleet and can digital solutions help reduce CO2 emission in line with regulatory requirements?