PortVision reports that it has added a range of new features to its TerminalSmart dock and berth management software, used by oil companies and marine facilities to gain an overview of port visits and terminal operations.
Oceaneering International, an oilfield provider of engineered services, has announced that it has acquired AIRSIS, whose signature service PortVision supplies web-based location reporting on commercial vessels.
PortVision reports that it is working with the West Gulf Maritime Association (WGMA) to deploy a free web-based system for creating, sharing and managing terminal gate security clearance lists.
PortVision has launched a new initiative offering $500,000 to fund the development and implementation of web-based solutions that help non-profit maritime organisations enhance port and waterway efficiency, safety and security for their stakeholders.
PortVision has created PortVision TV, a series of online videos designed to inform viewers about its technologies.
PortVision has signed a three-year agreement with Sunoco Logistics to provide the company with its TerminalSmart platform.
The Coastal and Marine Operators (CAMO) group in the US reports that it is working on a joint pilot project with the United States Coast Guard (USCG) to utilise automatic identification system (AIS) technology to monitor vessel activity in close proximity to submerged pipelines.
PortVision has announced that its desktop Automatic Identification System (AIS) vessel-tracking service is now available in a mobile platform that has been optimised for smartphones including BlackBerry, iPhone and Android devices.
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