We deliver a suite of applications, services and training to support your conservancy requirements, enabling you to meet marine environmental, safety and legal obligations
Improve data governance, manage conservancy and achieve compliance of your marine operations with our range of applications and services. Feel confident in your essential data and activities in the knowledge they are compliant, safe and effective.
“Digitalisation is not an IT project, it is a Change Management project”
Explore how Smarter Management techniques can be applied holistically to realise even greater benefits to your marine operations.
What is Conservancy Management?
Conservancy Management is the day-to-day operation, maintenance, protection and regulation of a port harbour, or marine environment, ensuring that it is ‘fit for purpose’ by meeting all the necessary environmental and compliance requirements.
Managing conservancy, keeping others informed, and ensuring compliance is a daily challenge for those involved. The responsibility for this often lies with the Harbour Master and their teams, however a wide range of personnel are involved, impacted or accountable. These range from trustees and board members to third-party contractors and suppliers, from external stakeholders and regulatory bodies to users and the general public. All parties involved have different requirements for data and information and there is significant reliance on data stability, data sharing, and data interoperability – having your data, in the right place at the right time has never been more important. Our recent White Paper on ‘Smarter Environmental and Conservancy Management’ considers how ‘Smart’ technologies can be applied to environmental and conservancy management, and compliance activities.
We are proud to be part of the Smart Ports Alliance and involved in Smart Ports Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Development (SPEED) who both “support the journey of ports and terminals, individually and collectively, to apply technology effectively to improve operational efficiency, enhance financial performance and address serious global challenges”.
Our experience, deep understanding of the marine environment, and customer-facing approach means we develop and deliver solutions that help marine operators and users to maximise the value in their data whilst also improving safety, optimising resources, and maximising efficiencies. For more information on how OceanWise can assist with your Conservancy Management requires Contact Us.
OceanWise can support your Conservancy Management in the following areas:
Our Environmental Monitoring services combine sensors, smart telemetry and display systems to help you monitor the environment and share weather, tidal and other data easily and efficiently to those who need it, when they need it.
Easily manage and track your marine and land-based assets throughout their lifecycle in just a few simple clicks. View, share, track, and report on a wide range of key assets using our competitively priced system:
We can help you with all aspects of marine data management from gaining a basic understanding to in-depth support with implementation and data governance. Our training and consultancy services support those responsible for planning, managing and operating assets in the coastal and offshore environments to achieve compliance and improve marine data management.
Our training and advice supports those responsible for planning, managing and operating assets in the coastal and offshore environments in order to achieve compliance and improve marine data management
Our training and consultancy services support those responsible for planning, managing and operating assets in the coastal and offshore environments to achieve compliance and improve marine data management.
Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI) Association
Thank you guys, the Marine SDI workshop discussion groups were brilliant. The explanations of what an SDI is all about were easily understood and the interactive break-out sessions helped people identify with their day to day challenges and how they might be addressed.
Roger Longhorn - Secretary-General
Port of London Authority
The complexity of designing and installing a new Tidal Management and Monitoring System covering such a large geographic area, with sensors in remote and inhospitable sites, whilst maintaining a 24/7 operation over linked radio systems should not be under-estimated. Access, permissions and power supplies all took considerable planning, so the installation took several months to complete and successfully test. During this period the UK's 2nd largest port operated as normal!
Steve Strickland - Project Manager, Navigation Systems Engineering