Banking, Insurance, Lawyers, Investors & Classification Companies

Monitor vessel movements, assess potential risks as vessels enter specific areas, and gain invaluable insights into their historical voyages. With a user-friendly interface and powerful features at your fingertips, ShipIntel helps you keep an eye on your client's vessels, ensuring that you stay informed, make informed decisions, and proactively manage risks.

The combination of our high quality live and historical AIS data and other powerful features, such as the Sea Route Calculator and Port and Area monitoring features, positions ShipIntel as a perfect companion to insurance-focused applications.

Using both live and historical AIS data derived from satellites, terrestrials, and dynamic AIS sources such as Orbcomm and Spire, ShipIntel ensures high AIS data quality. By investing time and expertise in data mapping, processing and data formats we provide you with the insights necessary for comprehensive analyses and insight.

Explore a diverse range of vessels, from dry cargo, tankers, LPG, LNG, oil service, chemical vessels, to car and containers to and more. We categorize the vessels into sub-segments based on their sizes, offering a comprehensive and detailed perspective. By adding layers of information tailored to your specific needs, like ECA, sea ice, piracy activity, canals and waterways, war- and economic zones, you can customize your view and receive real-time alerts when vessels you follow enter these zones.

Cross-platforms

ShipIntel is accessible on both mobile and laptop platforms, providing a portable maritime office at your fingertips.

Flexible software

Explore the free version of ShipIntel and customize your own software with the modules you need as you go.

Team collaboration

Guarantee everyone is on the same page; invite your colleagues to join teams, ensuring everyone stays informed and engaged.

More than just a map

Benefit from ShipIntel's live AIS data, ensuring the latest maritime insights whether you're on the go or in the office. Easily find the lat long coordinates, timestamp, current speed, whether the vessel is in ballast or laden condition, last port and next port.

Delve into vessels' historical trading patterns, and receive insights into past voyages and frequented ports, helping you better understand where the vessels will be trading in the future.

An AIS based CRM system in your pocket

Build a maritime CRM system in your pocket.

Add your contacts and tag their associated vessels. Add documents and photos to vessels and ports, and include privat notes and comments made by you and your colleagues. Receive notifications for vessel events such as setting destinations, passing lines, entering or leaving specific areas, and arrivals or departures from ports.

Add live AIS data for the vessels real-time positions on your map, detailed AIS data or historical AIS data to trace historical trading activities.

Calculate sea routes with ease

Create sea routes from any vessel's live AIS position to any port or a combination of ports, or route between ports.

Plan routes to multiple destinations with ease and find if they enter war or Exclusive economical zones. Enhance routes with additional layers of information, like marine weather and have carbon emissions calculated for each leg of the journey

Save and share sea routes along with your comments to extern partners.  

Customize list of vessels per client

Stay connected with your client's maritime activities by creating personal and customized lists of vessels for each of your clients.

Improve your vessel lists with Live AIS for real-time vessel positions and incorporate historical AIS data to trace the trading history of the vessels. Activate notifications to stay informed about vessel destinations, arrivals, or departures from anchorages, ports, or designated areas.

Stay updated with detailed monitoring

Monitor vessel activities by tracking arrivals or departures of one vessel or lists of vessels into specific ports or areas like war, canals or shipping zones, find when they are passing lines in the ocean or arrivals at anchorages or ports, enabling proactive decision-making.

Receive notifications when events triggers and stay informed about vessel movements.