Meteorologist Wade Stettner is part of a team of DTN forecasters dedicated to working with our sports, public safety and events customers to ensure real-time information for confident, real-time decisions.
Considering how many containers are lost at sea, shipping companies and the shipping industry, in general, need practical tools to face this contingency. Data from the World Shipping Council Containers Lost At Sea – 2020 Update shows 1,382 shipping containers, on average, are lost at sea each year.
There are many pieces of information that are collected when planning a marine operation, from the risk assessment to its alpha factor. These practices are in place to ensure that any process is done safely and that the equipment and crew are protected from unsafe weather conditions.
DTN is a trusted source for real-time transportation intelligence. Our precise location forecasts help keep travelers safe and supply chains moving around the world.
Utility asset management is an undeniable challenge. Not only are most utility assets expensive and challenging to replace, but utility companies also face a great deal of pressure from both customers and regulatory bodies to keep those assets in continual working order.
The ocean is constantly moving, and therefore, so is your ship. That motion can impact your operability, creating work windows wherein your crew can complete specific tasks. That is why it is so essential for you to prepare a Hazard and Operability Study, better known as a HAZOP analysis.
AI has advanced weather forecasting ranging from more accurate nowcasts to predicting impact. The enhanced data also points to a greater need for risk communicators.
Predictive maintenance is one of the ways that predictive analytics algorithms can be put to use for the benefit of your marine, shipping, or offshore company.
While most of the country had a mild start to winter, recent forecasts indicate the possibility for extreme winter weather across portions of the U.S.
Companies responsible for coordinating the work carried out by wind farm technicians need viable and efficient ways to protect them. How can a company keep techs safe from the threat of severe weather and the genuine danger of being struck by lightning?