Veson Nautical has acquired Oceanbolt!

Maritime Authorities and Marine Planning

Undestand how dry bulk shipping is developing and impacting your country or region

Data is becoming increasingly important to implement efficient and optimal trade policies and maritime regulations. Oceanbolt can deliver answers to some of the key questions that face policy makers today.

Oceanbolt Data Platform For Maritime Authorities and Marine Planning

Oceanbolt Analytics Dashboard

Port Call Optimization

Oceanbolt's operational data insights can assist Port Authorities and Coastal Authorities to understand vessel movement patterns surrounding a port call in greater detail. This opens opportunities for implementing policies for optimization of port calls.

Regional Imports/Exports

Policy makers can utilize Oceanbolt's insights to gain a better and more accurate understanding of the trade flows that originate or arrive in a country or region. This can form the basis for better and more efficient trade policy and inform infrastructural investment decisions.

Environment Planning

Oceanbolt's geospatial processing tools and algorithms can facilitate for a greater understanding of how shipping is impacting marine life in coastal zones or in Marine Protected Areas. Metrics available include time spent in Marine Protected Areas by vessels passing through, and average speed of a vessel while crossing a protected zone.

Emissions Tracking

Oceanbolt voyage level trade flow data can form the basis for CO2/GHG emissions calculations using established standards such as the EEOI measures used by EMSA.

Maritime spatial planning
Understand the spatial impact of vessel movements in your country or region
Emissions benchmarking
Track how CO2/GHG emissions develop in your region from dry bulk trade
Trade lane analysis
Decompose trading partners, commodities and operational statistics for better maritime policies
Infrastructure traffic & congestion
Illuminate hidden bottlenecks in your maritime infrastructure to better plan traffic and minimize congestion