Offshore Sector

Take proactive measures to protect your offshore assets

Using automated 24/7 surveillance powered by AIS data insights, you can keep an eye on vessel movements and communicate with vessels in designated zones.

The result? Prevention of expensive downtimes and repairs.

Harness the Power of Data to Ensure the Safety of Your Offshore Assets

A Maritime Domain Awareness platform is essential for offshore companies to enhance safety, security, compliance, and efficiency in their operations while mitigating risks and ensuring responsible environmental stewardship in the maritime domain.

Offshore companies need a Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) platform for several reasons

Safety and security

Offshore operations are inherently risky due to the remote and challenging environments in which they take place. A robust MDA platform helps companies monitor vessel traffic, detect potential security threats, and respond to emergencies quickly. It enhances safety by providing real-time situational awareness of the maritime environment.
Offshore vessels and platforms need accurate and up-to-date information on sea conditions, weather, and other navigational factors. An MDA platform can provide this data, helping operators make informed decisions about route planning and navigation, which can improve efficiency and reduce the risk of accidents.

Companies operating in the offshore sector must adhere to various international and regional regulations, including those related to environmental protection, safety, and security. An MDA platform can assist in tracking and ensuring compliance with these regulations by providing data on vessel movements, emissions, and other relevant factors.

Offshore operations often involve the deployment of valuable assets such as vessels, rigs, and equipment. An MDA platform can help track the location and status of these assets, optimizing their utilization and maintenance schedules.

Offshore activities can have significant environmental impacts. MDA platforms can integrate environmental sensors and data sources to monitor water quality, marine life, and pollution levels. This information allows companies to respond promptly to environmental incidents and mitigate their impact.
Some offshore regions are susceptible to piracy and unauthorized maritime activities. An MDA platform can aid in identifying potential security threats, monitoring vessel movements in sensitive areas, and coordinating security responses with relevant authorities.
In the event of accidents, spills, or other emergencies, an MDA platform can assist in coordinating response efforts by providing real-time information on the location of assets, personnel, and potential hazards.
MDA platforms collect and process vast amounts of maritime data, including vessel tracks, weather patterns, and environmental conditions. This data can be analyzed to improve operational efficiency, optimize logistics, and make data-driven decisions.
Understanding the maritime environment and potential risks is crucial for insurance and risk management purposes. An MDA platform helps companies assess and mitigate risks by providing comprehensive information on the maritime domain.
By improving operational efficiency, reducing downtime, and preventing accidents, an MDA platform can lead to significant cost savings for offshore companies in the long run.
“We can now identify and document perpetrators which is undeniable proof in insurance lawsuits. This has already resulted in compensations for millions.”

Bo G. Christensen, Project Manager at TELE Greenland

What challenges can OceanIntel address?

If any of the following points align with your daily challenges, you’ve come to the right place.

You don’t have any, or very limited possibilities to protect your offshore or subsea assets 24/7 against asset harmful vessel activities.

You spend a lot of time surveilling your assets and/or alerting relevant stakeholders in case of detected and potential harmful events.

You are missing insights for identifying perpetrators because you can’t document vessel activities that happened nor replay them.

You need to minimize the downtime risk in case of an incident and mitigate related business costs and impact.

You need to avoid expenditures caused by potential infrastructure repairs and the time spent surveilling your assets which can be in the heights of millions of USD.

You can’t afford to put your customers’ satisfaction at risk due to potential downtime of your subsea and offshore infrastructure.

Online Platform



Geofencing – Events

Filters & Replay


Data integration

AIS data accessible from anywhere


Real-time and historical AIS data

User-friendly, flexible platform


Identify dark AIS responders


Vessel information

Create true ocean intelligence with OceanIntel

OceanIntel keeps track of your everyday operations, helping you stay in-the-know and keep a close eye on your maritime domain. 

Do you have a specific use case that you want to discuss?

Feel free to get in touch with one of our experts.

Are your offshore assets prepared for the future?

Increasing vessel traffic, subsea constructions, and heightened international tensions involving more adept perpetrators are all playing a part in the increasing threat to offshore assets.

With OceanIntels world leading maritime domain awareness platform, trusted by maritime government authorities and commercial partners around the world for over 20 years, you get full transparency about all vessel behaviors in your maritime domain, 24/7. Communicate with vessels within your designated zones and get complete visibility of their activities, enabling you to closely track their every move.

This is how OceanIntel works:

  1. Vessels enter the protection zones
  2. System operators are automatically notified.
  3. Rules can be associated with the protection zones to help make sure that only the vessels of interest trigger the alarm.

These early warnings based on sophisticated filtering and automated communication with operators and vessels are cost-effective ways to help prevent damage to offshore structures.

Safeguard Your Critical Infrastructure

Surveillance, Intelligence, Analytics, and Data Management in Action

Here are some of the services of OceanIntel which are typically used by offshore companies to monitor vessel activities close to their offshore assets:

Area Defined Monitoring

Use advanced surveillance technologies to ensure the real-time tracking and security of your maritime domain. This proactive approach enhances maritime safety and enables quick response to potential threats, strengthening overall maritime domain awareness.

Instant Alerts and Warnings

Instant alerts and warnings enhance maritime security by enabling you to proactively address emergencies and protect your valuable offshore assets. Leveraging advanced technology, these alerts play a crucial role in safeguarding maritime operations worldwide.

Incident Reports

With incident reports, you can document and analyze various incidents, from navigational errors to potential security threats, enabling swift and informed responses to protect your valuable offshore assets. This meticulous documentation aids in improving future maritime operations and risk management strategies.

AtoN Monitoring

Make sure your AIS infrastructure is set up and running smoothly: Create an AtoN (Aids to Navigation) network, monitor AIS coverage, transmission quality and AIS data. Receive automatic alerts when your AIS infrastructure is impacted.

Delve into your relevant segment within the offshore sector

Offshore pipelines

Reduce the risk of damage to subsea infrastructure efficiently and cost-effectively.

Wind farms

Proactive protection of your wind farms, and timely responses to potential threats.

Oil and gas rigs

Be proactive in regards to collision threats for oil rig protection and ease the daily task of surveillance and offshore monitoring.

Subsea cables

Reduce the risk of damage to subsea transmission cable infrastructure efficiently and cost-effectively.

Experienced provider to global offshore companies

Over the past 20 years, we have been doing nothing else than building a huge AIS data base – OceanIntel – with fused and visualized data in close collaboration with our customers that is valued by maritime authorities all over the world. 

We have a long track record for providing operational insights to offshore companies all over the world. This means that we have extensive experience with the special needs and considerations related to the daily work of maritime law enforcement authorities.