ADMIRALTY Maritime Data Solutions

ADMIRALTY Maritime Data Solutions
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The UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) provides hydrographic and marine geospatial data to mariners and maritime organisations across the world.

Our market-leading portfolio of ADMIRALTY Maritime Data Solutions is found on over 90% of the world's ships trading internationally and provides the widest official coverage of the world's busiest international shipping routes and ports. Depended upon by mariners for over 200 years, the range includes over 15,750 Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs), 3,500 Standard Nautical Charts (SNCs) and over 200 paper and digital publications.

As leaders in our field, our global reputation is based on the reliability of our hydrographic and geospatial information. That's why we employ global experts including cartographers, hydrographic surveyors, tidal experts and master mariners to ensure this information is up to date.

These experts help us to collect, compile, analyse and supply global maritime data in a wide variety of formats, including millions of items per year under the ADMIRALTY Maritime Data Solutions brand. This data includes tidal height and tidal stream data, navigational hazards, over 85,000 individual light structures, po​rt information, climatic conditions, maritime radio communications information and security-related information.

ADMIRALTY will be running the following sessions at Seatrade Maritime Middle East:

29 October 2018

ADMIRALTY ‘A Future with ECDIS’ seminar
11:00 – 13:00, First Floor, Meeting Room C, DWTC

30 October 2018

ADMIRALTY ‘A Future with ECDIS’ seminar
11:00 – 13:00, First Floor, Meeting Room C, DWTC

Achieve the full benefits of ECDIS with our free technical seminar.

To fully realise the potential of ECDIS a ship manager has to be constantly aware of advances in technology that will enhance safety and bring performance benefits.  This will involve:

> Cyber security – risk assessments, insurance and crew training
> Connected ECDIS – back of bridge developments, S-mode, HD ENCs
> Maritime connectivity - how developments in satellite communications are enabling the transfer of Big Data
> Software and hardware maintenance - predictive equipment maintenance, IHO updates and regulatory compliance

Register here for a fully interactive seminar.  If you need guidance on any of the above topics and more, join your peers for this opportunity to share knowledge, concerns and industry insight with experts from the UK Hydrographic Office.  Lunch will be served after the seminar.