Comprehensive Data Collection

Data collection expertise with customized support

With a 10-years of experience collecting and analyzing maritime data, SINAY uses only the most relevant inputs for our professional services. Sinay offers a complete range of analysis, study, fieldwork, and real-time monitoring during the initial, reference, PRC (prevent, reduce, compensate) measures, and construction phases. We assist project operators and third-party companies in monitoring, reviewing, and reporting on the impacts of a project 

Sinay's expertise in all the project phases

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Actual & Initial phase

  • Drafting of technical reports
  • Reflection on the measures to be taken following the impact studies
  • Environmental management process
  • Monitoring of underwater noise
  • Marine mammals detection
  • Mapping and modeling for the prediction of acoustics impacts
  • Study of meta-ocean data (wind, current, wave)
  • Fleet planning
  • Underwater cable feasibility study  
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Construction phase

  • Monitoring underwater acoustics in real-time:  
  • Installation of buoys and the whole system  
  • Real-time monitoring of all the sounds emitted  
  • Study of the sound propagation  
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Post-Construction phase

  • Monitoring of marine mammals and acoustics  
  • Control of the changes  
  • Comparison with the previous report

Embarked observation: enhancing data accuracy at sea

Independent data collection is essential to guarantee accuracy, as information provided by fishermen can sometimes be biased or incomplete. Fisheries observers collect high-quality data, which is then compiled into a comprehensive database, facilitating error detection and information sharing with relevant stakeholders. The data and advice from scientific bodies serve various purposes, depending on the objectives of the fisheries observer program, whether for scientific research or monitoring, control, and surveillance (MCS).

Sinay provides:

fisheries observers

Fisheries Observers

Trained professionals who collect data on commercial fishing activities to ensure compliance and support sustainable fisheries.

marine data scientist

Marine Data Scientists

Experts who analyze marine data to understand oceanographic processes and the impacts of climate change on marine ecosystems.


Certified PAM operators and MMOs

Specialists monitor marine environments acoustically and visually to detect marine life and ensure regulatory compliance.

Sources of data

Sinay uses various data sources such as data providers, open source data, field data collected by Sinay, and private and secured client data. Sinay analyzes, cleans, and standardizes these data to give the best insights to the final user.

Sustainable Development Goals

SDG 9, industry, innovation and infrastructure
SDG 11, sustainable cities and communities
SDG 13, climate action
SDG 14, life below water

By leveraging underwater acoustic technology, our solution enhances supply chain efficiency, enables precise management, and advances environmental sustainability within the maritime industry, all while harnessing the power of data to meet specific sustainable development goals.

Different solutions in data collection

surveillance qualité de l'air en temps réel avec Sinay

Monitor air quality in real-time with our innovative dashboard and receive alerts. Track key indicators such as sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), and particulate matter (PM1, PM2.5, and PM10) based on your sensor type.

Effortlessly track water quality in ports, oceans, offshore areas, and inland waters with the Sinay Water module. Our real-time data analysis accounts for natural processes, helping you understand changes and predict outcomes. Make quick, informed decisions for pollution control and environmental awareness.

real time monitoring of water by sinay

Monitor noise emissions from port to port with our innovative solution, providing real-time environmental insights. Use this data to optimize noise management and ensure compliance.

Human activities, such as shipping and construction, create noise that can harm these species. Our system tracks and predicts harmful noise, helping to reduce it to safe levels and detect marine mammals, offering crucial alerts for informed decision-making.