PortVision is part of the Global Data Solutions group at Oceaneering International (NYSE:OII).  We specialize in software development and system integration for the maritime and broader energy and transportation industries.  Many of our customer-specific solutions leverage PortVision and related GIS technologies to provide common operating picture (COP) and business intelligence platforms, or integrate key PortVision functionality into existing enterprise systems.

 

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Contact us to learn more about our PortVision Solutions division.  The process starts with a no-cost discovery session where we meet with your team to learn more about your specific needs and determine how we can help.

 

The following are examples of successful software development projects completed for clients in the maritime, transportation, and supply chain industries:

  • Custom fleet management systems leveraging satellite communications, terrestrial (cellular) data, and AIS to support specific business requirements.  Our solutions have incorporated all aspects of fleet management including scheduling, logistics, billing, HR, and compliance reporting
  • Mobile application development
  • Custom PortVision reporting to support specific business requirements, typically resulting in significant reduction in labor costs

 

  • Custom PortVision reporting for a wide variety of government requirements, including Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) emissions reporting, berth scheduling, vessel speed reporting, and other applications for Port Authorities and federal and local government agencies
  • Enhanced PortVision functionality to enhance commercial activities including chartering, trading, and market intelligence
  • System integration, to maximize the value of disparate enterprise systems.  This includes integrating PortVision functionality directly into your existing systems to significantly enhance the value of those systems for customers, partners, and internal employees.

 

News & Blog

AIS Vessel Tracking Provides Clear Picture into USS Fitzgerald Collision

 Early Saturday morning, a US destroyer, the USS Fitzgerald, was hit by a container ship just off the coast of Shimoda, Japan. The collision claimed the lives of seven US Navy Sailors. In the aftermath of this tragedy, both sides are trying to figure out exactly what happened. The container ship, ACX Crystal, and the US Navy initially reported the incident at 2:25 am, local time. However,...Read more

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