Timely, accurate, and real-time information can be the difference between an effective decision, and a poor one.
That is why we provide real-time & actionable indicators out of your data.
Those insights are easy to read, personalizable depending on your specific needs, and quickly accessible in a few clicks.
All maritime data
in one place
AI Algorithms based
on advanced machine learning
to continuously improve
sustainability & efficiency
Useful metrics and
predictions to guide
your data-driven decisions
Choose the needed modules, either to raise the efficiency of your value chain or to reduce your environmental footprint to save time and money.
Each module lets you solve specific key pain points thanks to the key indicators.
Monitor air quality in real-time, be alerted when a threshold is reached & easily comply with regulation thanks to the automated reports.
Monitor water quality in real-time, predict and avoid water pollution & comply with regulations thanks to the automated reports.
The Fish Price App by Sinay makes your daily life easier and gives you free access to all the fish prices by species and by market, in just a few clicks.
Map underwater noise and prevent human impacts on cetaceans and fisheries resources.
Monitor underwater life with its diversity and composition, to avoid human impacts and preserve the oceans.
Select the relevant data regarding your activity and visualize all the events in your defined zone to better understand the marine environment.
If you are wondering how the Hub will help you to enhance your business and beat the competition, let’s talk!
Human activities disrupt their environment through different types of pollution. An environmental monitoring system is a device that uses sensors spread over an area to monitor certain indicators of environmental quality. From the data collected by the sensors, it is possible to create a profile of the health of an environment. The ideal is to have a real-time control system. Continuous monitoring allows to observe environmental changes in the air and in the water. Real-time control also makes it possible to detect events of pollution peaks.
Whether it’s air quality, water quality or noise pollution, environmental monitoring has several objectives. First, identify the different types of pollution. What are the factors involved in the disruption of an ecosystem? Then you have to qualify them in terms of importance and location to get a clear picture of the situation. Finally, find the causes to make relevant data-driven decisions. An environmental monitoring program will therefore aim to initiate a restoration of biodiversity, regenerate the health of the environment and protect it from the multiple threats of human activities. Beyond the goal of the pure ecological objective, these measures allow to respect the requirements of the law but also to improve your image among the inhabitants close to the concerned areas and against the competitors in your sector.