Halifax, NS — Global Spatial Technology Solutions, a Maritime Intelligence company today announced that it will collaborate with the Montreal Port Authority (MPA) in providing a Green Shipping Corridor capability using the OCIANATM platform. The Green Shipping Corridor capability enables vessels to establish an initially low and ultimately zero-carbon emissions route while matching their arrival with berth availability and maintaining compliance.
“We are extremely pleased to be working with the Montreal Port Authority on this initiative. said Richard Kolacz, GSTS CEO. “As an original OCIANATM consortium member, MPA has proven to be a leader in Innovation and Environmental stewardship. OCIANATM has been designed collaboratively with ports, shipping lines and terminal operators to improve efficiency, minimize risk and reduce emissions on a global scale.”
“This proprietary capability will enhance end-to- end logistics management and enable the optimization of goods delivered by sea, which accounts for 90% of global trade,” Mr. Kolacz added.
OCIANATM is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform that provides maritime vessel and port optimization and maritime risk management solutions for the global maritime market. The AI platform ingests a wide range of operational and oceanographic data sets and through proprietary analysis, supports decision making related to the safe and efficient movement of people and goods on all of the world’s waterways.
“The Port of Montreal is committed to emission reductions and optimizing efficiency for all vessels arriving to Montreal. We have been working with GSTS to ensure that the capabilities they develop meet the needs and objectives of ports and shipping lines”, stated Martin Imbleau, President and CEO of the Montreal Port Authority. “We look forward to continuing our relationship with GSTS to showcase their innovation in the maritime sector as we continue to lead innovation and environmental initiatives at the port.”
(Image from GSTS of Ociana around Montreal area)