Industry moves a step closer to reliable data interchange during port call

Having already agreed on functional definitions at the first Industry Input Workshop in May 2018, an 80-strong international group of maritime experts and key stakeholders moved on to data definitions and the standards to be adopted. The group agreed that common nautical standards to facilitate information sharing during the port[…]

Serving a unique region

It’s peak hour in Athens on a Friday afternoon, and MarineTraffic Sales Executive Dimitris Sousoudis is rushing back to the office from a series of meetings in Piraeus. Stuck in traffic, he uses the time to make some follow up calls to clients to make sure they are getting the[…]

Marine Gallery November 2018

Welcome to the Marine Gallery of November 2018, a monthly segment on our blog featuring the five best pictures of every month, selected by members of the MarineTraffic Photo Moderators. These could include images of vessels, ports or lighthouses from around the world. We encourage everyone to submit photos by[…]

MarineTraffic showcase Just-In-Time concept at the Algeciras Port IT Symposium

This week, Dimitris Mitrodimas, Data Scientist at MarineTraffic, speaks at the Algeciras Port IT Symposium to discuss how intelligent use of AIS through Just-In-Time operations of ships will reduce operational cost and carbon emissions. Speaking ahead of the symposium Dimitris said: “Visibility of port operations could be greatly improved through[…]