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Understand how AIS data can be used to increase ferry safety, operational efficiency & passenger satisfaction
This webinar will take place on Thursday, November 2 at 11 AM ET
The IMO has mandated that ferries use AIS tracking systems for over a decade, but many operators do not realize the full power of AIS as a cost-effective tool for operations and big data analysis. Using the Genscape Vesseltracker service, which harnesses data from already-installed AIS transponders, ferry operators can increase their safety, operational efficiency, and passenger satisfaction, without capital costs for new monitoring equipment.
Join Genscape Vesseltracker and the Worldwide Ferry Safety Association for a webinar that will provide key market insights that can be leveraged to ensure ferry safety and conduct efficient operations. The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session, during which we will answer any questions posed before and during the webinar.
By attending this webinar, you will:
- Understand how ferry operators can increase safety in extreme weather conditions by monitoring the AIS positions of their fleet and other nearby vessels
- Learn how to mine historical AIS data to find collisions and reveal their causes
- Conduct market research on new routes or proposed new landings to meet regulatory approval
- Uncover easy, low-cost opportunities for ferry operators to improve their customers' experience
Please fill out the form on the right to register for the webinar.
Genscape Maritime, powered by the industry-leading Vesseltracker AIS network, delivers exceptional transparency and insight into global vessel movements and activities, providing the market with an unrivaled understanding of the global commodity supply chain. To learn more, or to request a free trial of Genscape Vesseltracker, please click here.
Genscape Vesseltracker Antenna Partners receive full access to all AIS antenna data and information from the ship database, including vessel owners and managers, and technical specifications. If you are interested in becoming an antenna partner, please click here.