Relevant blog posts on Environmental Protection
World-class researchers use global AIS data
As a member of the Russell Group, a U.K. designation that signifies status as an elite research institute, the University of Exeter is known as a place where the best academic tools are embraced to better understand the world around us. It’s the kind of research that is the foundation for tackling many global challenges.
Maritime AIS: Why data quality matters
For virtually any commercial business or organization (governmental or non-governmental) in the modern world, the collection of quality data is of elemental importance.
World Environment Day: Using AIS to roll back the clock on environmental damage
Every year since 1974, June 5th has been recognized as World Environment Day. This year’s theme is the stark reality that there is “Only One Earth” and marks the 50th anniversary of the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, which was held in Stockholm.
The reality of preparing for climate change consequences
The impending costs of climate change will be significant and span environmental, cultural, and financial realms.
The Importance of Marine Protected Areas and How Maritime AIS Data Can Help Preserve Them
The accountability demanded of the shipping industry to responsibly use the world’s waterways has been steadily growing.
Beta Begins: New solution delivers improved performance, quality, & innovation
Our new offering, Maritime 2.0, reduces duplicate MMSIs from 20% to 1%.
How to use maritime data to optimise your fuel costs [Free e-book]
Download our free ebook to learn more about how you can benefit from adding data to your maritime operations. We’ve included detailed customer case studies and flexible buying options to help you unlock the data advantage today.
Here is one thing you should do to lower your shipping emissions
There are a number of strategies to consider for achieving lower emissions. Cleaner fuels, efficient hardware and above all data.