While AIS has its benefits, ports need to move past simple identification, as Martin Rushmere explains
Automatic Identification System (AIS)-based vessel-tracking tools and technology will improve the maritime industry in 2014, says PortVision.
US based maritime intelligence solutions company, PortVision, has launched a CONNECT grant initiative to help improve US port and waterway efficiency, safety and security.
American maritime technology company, PortVision, has explained that terminal optimisation platforms can help terminal operators meet the expectations recently set by the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF).
Real-time or past times, vessel tracking can provide valuable support and information. Felicity Landon reports
Software specialist PortVision has extended its TerminalSmart program to include a Dock Management module.
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