Finnish mapping system selected by Spliethoff

Malcolm Latarche
ShipInsight

01 February 2019


A new mapping system from new Finnish start-up nauticAi that links weather data and more to ship’s position has been selected by Dutch MPP operator Spliethoff to integrate with its own inhouse developed Ship Performance Monitoring system.

nauticAi Map is a new Software-as-a-Service from Finnish IT startup nauticAi. The key feature in the service is to provide a high-performance BI tool compatible single-point access to various types of geographical and mapping data and combine also up-to-date weather layers into the same service. This makes it extremely easy to use in business intelligence solutions, such as Spliethoff’s performance platform. The service is an OGC-compliant Web Map Service and can be easily integrated in many types of custom solutions. nauticAi Map, was specially developed based on Spliethoff’s needs, improves the User experience and usability of the mapping and weather-functions in Spliethoff’s performance system.

“We are honoured to have been chosen by Spliethoff to solve their specific mapping-challenge. Our new nauticAi Map service leverages our existing data platform, combines new Open Data weather sources from NOAA and Meteo-France, and is tuned for performance. It also enables Spliethoff to integrate their own weather data from Dutch MeteoGroup into the same single-point service,” said Capt. Henrik Ramm-Schmidt, CEO and Founder of nauticAi