Subscribe to Our Blog

Visit Oceaneering at the 2017 MVTTC Conference in New Orleans!

Posted by PortVision on Feb 20, 2017 12:04:38 PM


Oceaneering's PortVision will be attending the 35th Annual World Trade & Transport Conference February 22 - 24, 2017 at the Omni Royal Orleans in New Orleans. If you are planning to attend as well, stop by our Oceaneering - Global Data Solutions table.

The Global Data Solutions division of Oceaneering is focused on three critical aspects of optimizing your operations; remotely capturing the right data across your organization, communicating and networking your data from any environment, and intelligent management of the aggregated data allowing for rapid analysis and action. Stop by to speak with our team and learn more about: 
  • Asset Performance Management - assessing your current systems and existing data to reducing cost, optimize resources, and managing risk
  • PortVision 360 - for monitoring and managing vessel activity  
  • TerminalSmart - to optimize your dock activity
  • Video Vault - for all your video management needs
  • Asset Monitoring Intelligence Center (AMIC) - a 24/7 team of professionals focused on monitoring and assessing your data as the first line of action.
If you are unable to attend but would like more information about our services, please email me at or call me at 409-256-5560. Hope to see you there!
Read More

Oceaneering Presenting at this Years DP Conference in London

Posted by PortVision on Feb 2, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Oceaneering will be presenting at this year’s European Dynamic Positioning Conference on Tuesday, February 7th, in London. Mark Stevens, the Director of Oceaneering’s Global Data Solutions group, will be speaking about “The Latest in Precise Point Positioning”.

Read More

First Offshore Wind Farm in US Launches

Posted by PortVision on Jan 17, 2017 6:07:00 AM

The Block Island Wind Farm, located 22 miles off the coast of Rhode Island, went into full production in December, 2016. It is America's first offshore wind farm and will deliver electricity into the New England energy grid by a submarine transmission cable system, called sea2shore.

Read More