Sea/net: Diverse and Digestible Data

20 November 2020

The power of Sea/net's comprehensive weather and port planning.

There’s no doubt that, for any digital tool to be put to good use, it has to have a large diversity of accurate data within it, and be married to an intuitive and easy-to-use interface.

Be honest, how often after you’ve spent ages carefully compiling a bit of work or wrangling with an online delivery app, do your friends or family show you how it could have been achieved with a single tap? All very well for those in the know, but with any digital tool or service, knowing how to use it to its full potential is half the battle.

That’s why we take care in how we sum up all the different ways a shipping professional can use Sea/net. Arguably the most data-rich tool in the Sea/ armoury, explaining the full variety of ways a shipping professional can use the module is a bit like trying to play every possible note combination with a piano. It’s hard to know where to start.

Perhaps the best way to think of Sea/net is like a prettier version of Google or Bing, but for shipping. It tracks more than 73,000 vessels in real time around the world, gives users a single view of live and historic AIS, land, vessel, port, cargo and commodity data. It even predicts the weather using best-in-class meteorology feeds. It provides answers and insights into almost everything related to shipping, all in one place – whether you’re a broker, vessel owner or charterer – you just need to know how to ask it.

Lucky then, that Sea/net was created specifically to make all the available global shipping data accessible and we have a market leading customer success team that trains users based on their specific needs. Additionally, once you have the information you need to get ahead of the competition, you can use the export function to create a formal report.

Available on mobile, desktop and tablet, Sea/net can also be fully integrated with the whole suite of Sea/ modules, offering an end-to-end solution for shipping professionals, by shipping professionals.

To learn more about how you could benefit from access to secure, robust data sets and vessel tracking technology that’s already trusted by thousands of shipping professionals, request a demo here here.