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Transas adds piracy information

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Transas Marine has added a Piracy Information Overlay (PIO) to its navigation product portfolio.


The piracy overlay is integrated into the Transas FleetView Online SSAS-tracking software and Navi-Planner 4000 voyage planning software. The piracy data is provided by Bergen Risk Solutions and is based on intelligence from several recognized and authoritative sources on sea piracy.


The service allows users to overlay piracy information onto existing data and provides up-to-date information. Piracy information is displayed in different colors depending on the type of incident. Users can choose how far back in time piracy incidents should be shown. PIO data service is automated and updated at minimum every 24 hours.


For more information, visit www.transas.com.


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