Archive for May, 2019

OceanWise joins the Society of Maritime Industries

OceanWise is now a proud member of the Society of Maritime Industries which “promotes the interests of UK based companies in the international market place and to governments”. For more details please visit their website here

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Robert Proctor achieves NEBOSH qualification

Huge congratulations to our Oceanographer Robert Proctor who, after a lot of hard work and determination, has successfully completed the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health). The course covers the management of health and safety and how that is translated to the workplace. This […]

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OceanWise welcomes Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA) team to Alton

We welcomed 8 team members from the Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA) at our office between 13-14 May 2019, to take part in two days of intensive training on data management, environmental monitoring systems and the OceanWise Port-Log software. BIWTA was established in 1958 and controls, manages, and develops the inland water transport of […]

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Making Marine Geodata fit for purpose

Dr Mike Osborne and John Pepper look at the aims and objectives of the UK Working group on Marine Geospatial Information and reflect on the need for a marine geoinformation community that is forward-thinking, inclusive and responsive. The inaugural meeting of the United Nations Working Group on Marine Geospatial Information (UN-WGMGI) took place between 4-9 […]

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OceanWise to present on Multi-purpose ENC’s for ports at this year’s European Maritime Pilots Association (EMPA) Conference 2019

This years EMPA (European Maritime Pilots Association) is coming to Liverpool from the 22 to the 24th of May As well as exhibiting during the event and enjoying the conference programme, Caroline Levey Operations Director at OceanWise will be speaking on Thursday (23rd May) on the subject of “Multi-purpose ENC’s for Ports”. Please find below […]

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