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IHS Maritime Data DepartmentAISLive is easily linked to another IHS Maritime flagship online service, Sea-web (www.sea-web.com), the ultimate reference tool for maritime professionals.

IHS Maritime holds the largest maritime ships database in the world, evolving from The Lloyd’s Register of Ships, which has been continuously published since 1764. We are the sole appointed authority for assigning and validating the IMO ship and Company numbers. This gives us a primary position in the market place. Our data department is staffed with over 75 personnel around the world.

We maintain our core competency by assessing the quality of data transformation against four dimensions:

  • Correctness: Validating data accuracy relative to external reference points.
  • Currency: Delivering new and updated content in a timely manner.
  • Completeness: Providing the right data attributes and analysis.
  • Consistency: Ensuring standardized identities, definitions, and content across databases.

To learn more about IHS Maritime capabilities please contact us.

IHS Maritime: Latest Maritime News Stories

Increased public awareness of concentrations of marine debris floating in the northern Pacific Ocean, known as ‘garbage patches’, is among the drivers that have resulted in the IMO taking a harder look at marine plastic litter. Full story >>
Shell Australia has followed its Greater Sunrise partner ConocoPhillips in announcing that it is to sell its stake in the stalled oil and gas project to Timor Leste. Full story >>
The Indonesian National Shipowners’ Association (INSA) has adopted a more softly-softly approach to its push to have the national flag fleet carry the nation’s international trade. Full story >>

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