Oceaneering's PortVision 360 Business Systems provide web-based visibility and reporting of commercial vessel activities around the world.
In 2014, Oceaneering acquired AIRSIS and its PortVision® vessel-tracking product and service unit, and integrated them into Oceaneering’s Communications Solutions group, forming: Global Data Solutions (GDS). The combined entity is unique in its ability to solve maritime and energy business challenges that require offshore IT and communications, video, enterprise-class software, AIS techonlogy, and a common operating picture (COP) for tracking of real-time operations. In 2016, PortVision launched it's new and improved vessel tracking service, PortVision 360. In today’s demanding marine business environment, solutions that encompass the collection, transmission, integration and display of crucial data are increasingly important for optimizing efficiency while enabling collaborative incident response and reporting.
Building a canal across Thailand’s Kra Isthmus to connect the Andaman Sea in the Indian Ocean to the South China Sea isn’t a new idea. In fact, it’s been around since the 17th century, when a king in the region requested a report on the feasibility of the project. The notion resurfaced two centuries later, when Ferdinand de Lesseps—the “Father of the Suez Canal”—expressed support for such a...Read more