In offshore operations, marine coordination systems exist within an ever-changing ecosystem of IT that should ideally function in unison. But choosing a system with an open API doesn't just allow for flexibility. It also provides you with the ability to leverage data for process optimisation.    




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Why is flexibility in systems important? 

In an industry that aggressively seeks to implement optimisations, choosing a marine coordination system that can integrate and evolve along with an ever-evolving ecosystem of IT systems is crucial.

What can you do?  

Enable a flexible, cloud-based management system that allows data integration with a multitude of other business systems.





By implementing a web-based system with an open API, you can integrate data from the marine management system with a multitude of other business systems such as marine and aviation traffic data, weather forecasting programs, learning management tools, tools providing status on wind turbines or optimisation modules for vessels.

Offshore operators are constantly looking for ways to optimise, improve and reduce costs, and being able to merge and utilize data for business intelligence can be a key differentiator. Furthermore, an open system provides wind farm operators the option of exporting data from marine coordination into other systems.

This provides an opportunity to leverage data for optimising processes, e.g. applying machine learning on data from previous vessel routes, to optimising future route plans and using assets.

Integrating all the information marine coordinators need into one system with an intuitive user interface also allows for accommodation of regional variations. E.g., regulatory requirements sometimes dictate the use of radar in addition to AIS and ADS-B. An open API lets you present radar data directly in the marine coordination system, thereby avoiding the use of multiple surveillance systems at the marine coordination centre.


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We constantly focus on reducing costs in our offshore operations. The best way we can analyse and measure our overall performance and identify areas in need of improvement is to combine the data from marine coordination systems with other business intelligence systems. We simply need to know that the different systems can speak together and provide us with an overview of optimal performance

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The SITE modular software suite provides reliable real-time situational awareness so that decision-makers and coordinators know the exact location and status of people, cargo and vessels at any given time and can track exactly what's going on, in order to make faster, better-informed decisions. Click the modules below to learn more.

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