Munich, March 9th 2017
navama – technology for nature announces a new major release of seeOcean to all users of ocean.navama.com.
The new features include
– Global Density Maps & Spatial Analytics
– Real Time Satellite and Terrestrial AIS (free access for WWF Staff)
– improved access and license management to public share or protect data
– new updated maps with more detailed coastline and rivers
– various bug fixes
Density Maps & Spatial Analytics
Ever wanted to know how many fishing boats entered a vulnerable area you are trying to protect? Or how many cargo ships cross an area you highlighted as breeding grounds for whales? Now you can find it out. With just a view clicks you will know what’s going on. With the new release of the seeOcean Explorer you will be able to create global high resolution density maps and run specific spatial analytics on the fly.
Real Time AIS
Now you can see what is happening in the the here and now! Global satellite and terrestrial AIS data that is no older than 1h. You can locate vessels and then load their full track history from now back to 2009.
seeOcean is better then ever before to analyse AIS, VMS and GPS tracks on global level in nature context. Keeping full privacy or sharing with the rest of the world, you decide how to use the information. A sophisticated access right management makes your project safe or public. You want to see more? To sign up for our webinar on the 21st of March 2017 at 3:00 pm CET please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or here