Real-Time Global Vessel Tracking With World-Class Platform

With MarinePulse, you get all the tools you need for global vessel tracking. MarinePulse is a world-class platform that provides real-time data for monitoring ships at sea, in ports, and across various maritime domains.

MarinePulse gives you access to high-accuracy tracking data, empowering a maritime stakeholder like you with precise insights into vessel movements and activities, so you can monitor the ocean with precision and enhance the safety and efficiency of your maritime domain.  

Unlock Ocean Intelligence With MarinePulse

MarinePulse empowers you to generate ocean intelligence for vessel monitoring, asset protection, and smart marine operations. MarinePulse offers full ocean visibility and highly accurate real-time global tracking, regardless of whether it’s on the open sea, in a port, or any other maritime region. 

MarinePulse is a world-leading maritime domain awareness platform. Here’s why →

As one of the widest used AIS tracking, surveillance, and monitoring systems in the world, we enable our clients to get the insights they need 24/7, by automatically monitoring real-time and historical AIS data, combined with advanced machine-learning predictions. 

Used by leading global players

Leading global players monitor their maritime domains using OceanIntel, one of the widest used AIS tracking, surveillance, and monitoring systems in the world.

Through remote monitoring, operators can optimize the allocation of resources, such as search and rescue teams, pilot boats, or navigational aids, based on the real-time traffic situation. 

Efficient operations lead to cost savings. By identifying and resolving issues remotely, AIS Network Monitoring reduces the need for physical intervention and maintenance, ultimately lowering operational expenses. 

By reducing unnecessary vessel movements and optimizing routes, AIS Network Monitoring can contribute to minimizing the environmental impact of maritime activities, including fuel consumption and emissions. 

MarinePulse helps ensure that vessels are adhering to international regulations and transmitting accurate data, enhancing compliance and security in maritime operations.

With the aid of sophisticated data analytics tools, trends and patterns can be identified, allowing for predictive maintenance and the development of more efficient operational strategies.

Unlock ocean intelligence with MarinePulse

Get in touch with one of our experts to learn more about MarinePulse.

The Features of MarinePulse

Here are the features you can choose from when you opt for MarinePulse:

Vessel on Map

The Vessel on Map feature leverages AIS data for real-time tracking, identification, and historical analysis of vessels, including custom alerts and geofencing, enhancing maritime safety and compliance.



ETA at Port

The advanced algorithm-derived ETA can be compared to the ship/enterprise system’s ETA, issuing a warning for significant discrepancies, enabling you to minimize employee and business partner wait times due to ship delays.


Basic Ship Info

With Basic ship info, access comprehensive vessel details, real-time/historical locations, ownership, operating company, and flag registration, vital for maritime monitoring, safety, and compliance.



Destination Information

Accessing ‘Destination Information’ empowers informed maritime decisions by revealing a ship’s current port and intended destination, crucial for logistics and planning.



What challenges can MarinePulse Basic address?

If any of the following points resonate with your current challenges, you’ve come to the right place: 

Your current solution does not allow you to monitor all your AIS systems’ performance at one glance, which makes AIS service management time consuming and cumbersome for you, because you must go through several systems to get the info and overview you need.

You don’t know how to ensure that your AIS systems are performing as required and not compromised with regards to AIS data coverage and transmissions (e.g., message rates, sensor drops, VHF data coverage, network connectivity, degrading antenna, etc.).

You have physical base stations, AtoNs, buoys, or transponders – literally anything with an MMSI and or/connectivity source tag – for which you must ensure optimal performance of your AIS systems, as your critical operations rely on them.

You spend a lot of time and find it hard to reach all your scattered AIS systems in person to check their status and performance.

You don’t have the means to set up Aids to Navigations (AtoNs), nor to monitor their transmissions.

You and your support team don’t receive alerts once a problem has been detected in your AIS systems.

“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