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Maritime Analytics: The breadth of AIS usage | 10 November 2021


published on 15 November 2021 4 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "MarineTraffic". Originally published on 2021-11-12.
The growing influence of AIS data and analytics has shed the light on the increasing demand for new, smarter solutions in the maritime domain. During this interactive session, we discuss with AIS industry experts how we can take oceans of data and turn it into streams of actionable intelligence for better decision-making and more efficient and transparent shipping.
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