Do you need to investigate maritime traffic and generate reports as proof of certain maritime data points to authorities or insurances? Would you like to be alerted about important events and base your decisions on derived facts rather than assumptions?
Drill down maritime data and get the insights you need for your operations. Generate valuable information from global maritime data reports and event alerts powered by OceanIntel.
To turn data into meaning, we provide you with the most advanced and user-friendly maritime analytics service on the market. Choose from more than 30 different reports for all kinds of special insight needs, ranging from coverage to diverse statistical reports:
Analysis of marine traffic and ship types in your maritime domain, density plots, port calls, traffic volumes, fishing patterns, next port marine traffic patterns, your AtoN network, ships carrying dangerous cargo, turned off AIS transponders or other dark ship analytics are just some of the reports and event alerts which you can (automatically) receive and work with.
Drill down your maritime data in a smart way to get exactly the data insights you need, be alerted about important events, and achieve the following benefits. Hover over each one to learn more.
OceanIntel’s Analytics service is powered by a versatile reporting feature which is coupled to detecting events and alerting you about them. You can create any report you need. Analysis of marine traffic, density plots, port calls, traffic patterns, volumes, next port marine traffic patterns, or dark ship analytics are just some of the reports and event alerts which you can (automatically) receive and work with for your operations:
Would you like to access your Analytics service via our web interface, or feed it into your existing interface and database via an integration to combine it with your existing analytics?
Both options work for us, as OceanIntel is available as a SaaS and DaaS solution. The DaaS solution can handle all maritime related data input sources such as AIS, radar, satellite AIS, LRIT, etc.