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Saturday, July 6, 2013

WHO IS WHO IN VESSEL TRACKING INDUSTRY?

WHO IS WHO IN SHIP TRACKING INDUSTRY?


I. PREAMBLE
This article discloses information freely available throughout the Internet. Companies listed herein are subjectively chosen by the author of the article. The latter aims to show you who are the top professionals in ship tracking industry, what is their background and achievements, where are they from, the team supporting their initiatives year after year … so that you dear seafarer may have an updated information 24 hours a day, 365 days per year!

NAME OF SITE
DOMAIN NAME
PAGERANK
ALEXA RANK
Date of domain registration
Marine Traffic
7
3,736
4.11.2007
Vessel Finder
5
33,355
18.11.2008
Maritime Connector
www.maritime-connector.com
5
178,347
14.11.2007
FleetMon
1
119,856
30.11.2005
Marine Vessel Traffic
1
960,556
31.07.2013
  Remark: Listed as per their Alexa and PageRank rates.

  Sites' Logos:

Marine Traffic
Vessel Finder
Maritime Connector
FleetMon
Marine Vessel Traffic
Marine Traffic
Vessel Finder


Maritime Connector


FleetMon
Marine Vessel Traffic

II. GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION AND ADDRESS OF THE MAIN OFFICES
WHO IS WHO

MARINE TRAFFIC
Mailing Address
64 Charilaou Trikoupi Str.,
GR-106 80 Athens, GREECE
E-mail: info(at)marinetraffic.com

VESSEL FINDER
Astra Paging Ltd.
Business centre, floor 5, suit 30
Hadzhi Dimitar square
8800 Sliven, BULGARIA

Phone: +359 44 588657
Fax: +359 88 5378546
Mobile: +359 87 8624434
E-mail: info(at)vesselfinder.com

MARITIME CONNECTOR
Giuseppe Carabina 11
51000 Rijeka, CROATIA
E-mail: office(at)maritime-connector.com
Phone: +385 51 263 083

FLEETMON
JAKOTA Cruise Systems GmbH
Leonhardstraße 22,
D-18057 Rostock, GERMANY
Phone: +49 381 490 3218
E-mail: eidberger(at)jakota.de

MARINE VESSEL TRAFFIC
Email: vpavlov2009(at)gmail.com
As an anti-spam measure symbol @ in the email addresses above is replaced by (at), so if you intend to use them make the reverse replacement.

III. OWNERS' INFORMATION & BACKGROUND

Sites' Owners:

Marine Traffic
Vessel Finder
Maritime Connector
FleetMon
Marine Vessel Traffic
Dimitrios Lekkas

Peter Stoyanov

Eric Superina
Lars Krueger
Jonathan Davis
Eng. Dimitrios Lekkas
Eng. Peter Stoyanov
Eng. Eric Superina
Eng. Lars Krueger
Eng. Jonathan Davis


1. Marine Traffic - Eng. Dimitrios Lekkas

Dimitrios Lekkas holds a Ph.D. in the area of Information Systems Security, a M.Sc in Information Technology and a B.Sc in Mathematics. He is an assistant professor at the department of Product and Systems Design Engineering of the University of the Aegean, Greece. He has participated in many research projects funded nationally and by the European Union and published several papers in international journals and conferences. He is a member of the Greek National Educational Network (EDUnet) technical committee and coordinator of the e-School and the e-University Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). His current research interests include design of information infrastructures, computer security, incident response, public key cryptography and digital signatures, geographic information systems, database management systems.

2. Vessel Finder - Eng. Peter Stoyanov

Peter Stoyanov is the managing director and owner of Astra Paging Ltd. He established Astra Paging Ltd in 1997. The company has started development of software for the maritime industry in 2004 and developed the national AIS server and VTS database for Bulgarian Maritime Administration, the VTMIS monitoring systems in Bulgaria and the Netherlands, the implementation of AIS in the Naval and Coastguard surveillance systems. Astra Paging Ltd has started developping of its own AIS network and the provision of VT Explorer vessel tracking service in 2006. Since 2009 Astra Paging hosts the volunteer AIS sharing center AISHub.

… to be continued



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