The SMART Analytics business intelligence tool provides users with access to one of the industry’s most comprehensive repositories of cargo logistics and maritime analytics data. The unique offering enables users to combine their own internal data sources with OceanSMART data to establish unparalleled insight.
Live Data 01
Live data access backed by six years of historical, global, and validated cargo movement insight 
Performance Benchmarking 01
Embedded optimization modelling provides instant access to performance benchmarking
Proprietary Data 01
Enriches your proprietary data to give a complete, global perspective of your cargo logistics chain

Features

Repository White 01
Repository of more than six years’ worth of global maritime movements
Data Validation 01
Multi-source acquisition provides data validation and enrichment
Tested 01
Tested models for cargo movement events
Performance
Standard performance benchmarking of facilities, vessels, and companies
Input Data
Data sources include vessels, companies, port, terminal, berth, weather, sanctions, fixtures
Automated Reports 01
Automated distribution of reports and data extracts
Reports By User
Users can create and develop reports
Business Intelligence Dash Board 01
Business intelligence dashboards and reports facilitate data-driven decision making

SMART Analytics uses a repository of maritime industry data to ensure the delivery of timely, actionable insight.

Cargo

Vessel

Grid and Viewing

Statement of Fact

Line-Ups

Reports

Cargo Company Information Checklists Billing Details Reports Online/Offline Modes Position Questionnaires Audit Trails Scheduling Alerts and Notifications

Position

POI

Company Information

Utilization

Congestion

SMART Analytics uses a repository of maritime industry data to ensure the delivery of timely, actionable insight.
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Report Types

Terminal
Terminal Performance
  • Utilization
  • Volumes
  • Berth Analysis
Ocean Barge
Vessel Performance
  • Speed
  • ETA v ATA
  • Turnaround time
  • Route Analysis
Port Performance
Port Performance
  • Turnaround Time
  • Delay Causes
  • Working Time vs Idle Time
  • Terminal Performance
Demurrage Dark
Statement of Fact Analysis
  • Demurrage Validation
  • Delay Summaries
  • Benchmarking
  • Port Call Analysis
  • Working Time vs Idle Time

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