Metocean data provider Tidetech Commercial Marine has launched a new system to improve access to its weather data, through the deployment of a ‘Data Cube’ which enables users to query weather data in three dimensions – longitude, latitude and time – in the context of their relational values.
Metocean data firm Tidetech Commercial Marine has agreed a new partnership with Weather Decision Technologies (WDT), under which Tidetech’s marine data will be made available within the WeatherOps risk mitigation system.
Pole Star announced today that it has integrated Tidetech’s weather data into its Fleet Management, SSAS Alert Advanced and Marine Asset Tracker 2.0 services.
Tidetech has launched a new vessel optimisation application which offers combined tidal and non-tidal (ocean) current data for integrated vessel speed and route optimisation.
Tidetech has announced that it has reached an agreement with NAPA to supply the Finnish software house with tidal current prediction data for ship optimisation, initially for South East Asia and UK–Europe.
Tidetech has released tidal models for the Singapore and Malacca Straits in an online viewer, called OceanView, which makes it possible to access the data on the internet, including on mobile devices.
Tidetech reports that it has developed a new high-resolution tidal model for the Malacca and Singapore Straits, with simulations showing that transit time savings of between three and 12 per cent can be made depending on vessel type, speed and tidal phase.
Tidetech has released the results of simulations of its tidal optimisation system on coastal shipping routes, showing significant time savings on optimised voyages.
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