How much is the
lack of reliable maritime info
costing your business
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to optimize your maritime logistics operations.
Unreliable ETAs in ocean shipping:
Today, we live in a world where a simple click on an icon allows you to see all the small alleyways in a country you've never even been to. And what about deliveries - from the clothes you bought online to late-night tacos you ordered on a mobile app - that let you know exactly what time you should be expecting them and also make it on time?
Unfortunately, we cannot say the same about ocean shipping - despite the fact that around 90% of global trade is shipped via sea.
It's not the lack of data that is the problem: in fact, there is an enormous amount of data about vessel locations and historic routes, among others, that are available to use.
The question, however, is how you analyze and interpret the data in a way that is useful for the various stakeholders in the maritime logistics industry.
Maritime Traffic Network (MTN)
SeaVantage has built MTN (short for Maritime Traffic Network) by collecting more than a decade's worth of maritime traffic data and finely processing them into information that is accurate, reliable, and relevant for the maritime logistics industry.
Based on this AI-based ocean shipping map,
Real-time vessel tracking
Simply enter the vessel name to track different vessels on the real-time ocean traffic map.
You can manage and view your custom fleet of multiple vessels.
Different sizes and types of vessels take different routes to the same destination. And this is where SeaVantage's MTN shines: based on the enormous amount of maritime traffic data (of the past decade +), we show you the detailed routes for different types and sizes of vessels.
How accurate are the routes displayed on MTN?
MTN's routing is 98.99% similar to the actual routes used by ocean carriers.*
(*Tested by Korea Testing Laboratory (20-069348-01-01) / Singapore to Fujairah route / Vessel type: VLCC Tanker / Based on data from Oct to Nov 2020)
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Predicted Time of Arrival (PTA)
Traditional ETAs often fail to let you know when exactly the vessel or cargo will arrive at the destination port, as they are determined based on simple calculation and experience of the ship's crew.
Predicted Time of Arrival, by contrast, gives you a reliable prediction of vessel arrival times, by using:
ETA vs. PTA
ETA vs. PTA
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Simple calculation + experience
Big data +
Sparsely updated based on limited info
Updated based on real-time data
Dependent on (human) source of info
Probabilistic approach based on big data
How soon do you find out when your vessels or cargoes have arrived at the port or, more importantly, when they are expected to get delayed due to unexpected circumstances?
By using real-time data and PTA, SeaVantage makes sure you stay up-to-date with the current status and delays of your vessels.
What types of alerts can I get?
Stay up-to-date with
- Predicted delay
- PTA changed