MarineTraffic Blog

Category: Under the hood

Total 18 Posts

Sailing in the Saronic Gulf

With summer rapidly approaching a large part of the MarineTraffic team has taken advantage of the warmer weather and headed to sea where they are undertaking sailing lessons. Curious to learn more about what it feels like to be on a sailing boat, and to test our applications while at

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UNCTAD signs MoU with MarineTraffic

MarineTraffic will team up with the United Nations Conference on Trade & Development (UNCTAD) on a data sharing project that will lead to a more accurate analysis of global trade and the maritime industry. The two organisations signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Switzerland this week, that will see

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Engineering team: The backbone of MarineTraffic

The MarineTraffic Engineering Team is the backbone of the business. It is behind the multi-functional and updated website, and user friendly mobile applications. Thanks to them, the millions visiting the website every month get the exact information they are looking for, fast. A typical day in our engineers department begins with the morning

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All set for Singapore Maritime Week

MarineTraffic is headed to Asia this month to participate in the leading maritime event in Singapore. Five lucky members of our team will represent the company at Singapore Maritime Week (SMW). The event is organised by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), and gathers the international shipping community

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A day with the Customer Success team

For the tens of thousands of customers around the world and the millions visiting the MarineTraffic website each month, their first point of contact is usually someone from our Customer Success Team. Having to deal with customers from different countries and time zones and assist them with a variety of

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MarineTraffic in the kick-off meeting of R&I project MARPOCS

The overarching goal of the EU-funded Multinational Response and Preparedness to Oil and Chemical Spills (MARPOCS) R&I project (ECHO/SUB/2015/713854/PREP08) is to share and develop common guidelines, methodologies, model-based decision support tools and exercises related to AIS-based oil spill modelling. Adapted to Specific study regions, promoted by effective implementation and training

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