Play back any incident on the waterway, down to the minute, up to five years in the past. Zoom in and zoom out, forward.. back.. that's it - freeze. Once PortVision shows you what you are looking for, simply create a documentation packet of the incident to support investigation, negotiation, even litigation. PortVision gives you the power of perfect information on the waterway, with complete historical reporting of every vessel movement including terminal arrivals, departures, and passings of key points-of-interest.

 

PortVision gives you all this and more:

  • Review an incident on-line to verify facts using objective data captured directly from each vessel. Up to 5 years of historical position and speed data for all AIS-enabled vessels
  • Identify impacted vessels and witnesses
  • Verify claims
  • "Replay" collisions and see vessels as they interact with each other
  • Review actual movements, arrivals, departures, and passings as objectively reported by each vessel AIS transponder
  • Preform forensic analysis and generate documentation in various view options (chart, Google map, satellite) as needed
  • Leverage PortVision's legal support team for case review, analysis, data authentication and expert testimony

Access the PortVision Advantage data warehouse as required. Choose an annual subscription or access the data warehouse on a daily-use basis. The choice is yours.

Products for Insurance and Legal industry:

  • PortVision Plus for real-time information and automated e-mail alerts
  • PortVision Advantage for historical reporting and documentation
  • PortVision Legal provides support for investigation, negotiation, litigation and expert testimony.
  • Custom Solutions -We have 15 years experience delivering custom industry solutions and developing enterprise software that meets the specific needs of our diverse client base.

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