In August the Baltic Exchange announced that it has partnered with GeoSpock, the geospatial big data company, to build the world’s most advanced maritime spatial database. The partnership is designed to enable the continued provision of independent, impartial assessment of the maritime industry at a scale never before seen in the sector.
The Baltic Exchange and GeoSpock have now published a document titled “The future of data in the maritime sector: driving change through geospatial data” which outlines the partnership’s vision in detail.
The first project being assessed is a maritime air emissions programme which will take data from a range of sources to provide industry with an enhanced understanding of vessel emission profiles.
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