GateHouse Maritime has a proven track record of providing decision-makers worldwide with AIS-based tools that include the presentation of unique operational pictures, advanced analytics and reports, and supply-chain logistics support services.
GateHouse Maritime’s technology platform is flexible and scalable. It is designed to support Software as a Service (SaaS) and Data as a Service (DaaS) capabilities to facilitate system integration, but can also be provided with sophisticated data display and visualization tools.
Each of our proven solutions can be used individually or be combined to form a custom maritime solution.
“It is important we have a reliable, versatile AIS management and display system. After testing over a dozen AIS systems, we found GateHouse best meets our challenging needs.” Ed Page, Executive Director, Marine Exchange of Alaska
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Maritime Connectivity is an independent data service for the maritime industry. The service collects data from all connected equipment on a ship, organizes and distributes the data to the approved recipients on shore.Read more
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