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GateHouse Maritime Strengthens Australian Partnership

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Maritime Surveillance Solution to Improve Monitoring of Ship Traffic in southeast Australia

GateHouse Maritime will provide a state-of-the-art maritime surveillance system for monitoring of maritime domain in and around ports in southeast Australia.

The regional ports will be upgrading their existing maritime surveillance service to a new and improved solution from GateHouse Maritime:

First of all, we are very pleased to add to our existing partnership. The solution constitutes an important link in Australian infrastructure handling a large number of vessels each day. With our customized solution and large data foundation we look forward to contributing to a significant improvement of the maritime surveillance and security in the area, says CEO of GateHouse Maritime, Martin Dommerby Kristiansen.

Critical Surveillance Software for Maritime Infrastructure

As a critical gateway to international markets, the ports play a vital role in handling both tourism and commercial traffic. Therefore, the ports rely on stable monitoring of incoming and outgoing ship traffic to maintain a fast and efficient maritime supply chain.

With GateHouse Maritime’s innovative solution, the ports are now equipped with a state-of-the-art cloud-based surveillance and security system which can be accessed from any anywhere on any device with an internet connection.

Not only is the solution more agile, it is also more reliable which is increasingly important in busy ports with a high level of commercial activity:

Our surveillance service is configured to process a very large amount of maritime data to achieve an extensive and constant monitoring of vessels with no downtime. Together with our own extensive data foundation this entails a better overview of transiting ship traffic, while ETAs will be much more precise, thus improving coordination of port activities, Martin Dommerby Kristiansen remarks and adds:

This is great news for busy ports, as it reduces waiting time for employees and business partners, while it empowers full utilization of port assets and services. In other words, both the ports and their clients will profit by the improved and more precise monitoring, he states.

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