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Committed to Internet of Things (IoT) and delivering data, big data, where it matters most, to the end user, we deliver data communications and managed services to customers across the public and private sectors of the maritime industry. A sample of our customers are listed on this page.

We are a small business with the integrity and experience you would expect in a fortune 500 company. Our company mission is to set a new standard in customer satisfaction through our support before, during and even more importantly after the sale. Understanding our customers' projects and strategic decisions in intimate detail enables us to integrate their ideas efficiently into out IT solutions. The quality of our work is our signature...

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Our success depends on the success of our customers and when Creidne, or ALady are awarded a trophy we like thinking it is our work that is awarded too. They are our pride and we value a long term relations. We are committed to delivering a friendly and professional service to all our customers. We take this commitment very seriously and constantly strive to perform and improve our techniques.

Most of our customers come from the maritime industries, but some don't and in the end they all have one thing in common: ICT is key to their projects. And that's why they demand near-flawless uptime and performance.

IRISH NAVAL SERVICE

Based in Haulbowline, Co. Cork, the Irish Naval Service (INS) is a modern organisation focused on the men and women who serves it rather than traditional naval combat and strategic weapons. Fighting smart rather than fighting big, in the words of the very men an women of the INS fighting a war against recession and actively supporting the development of Marine Information Technology with SEA-Tech.

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MARINE INSTITUTE

Between April and Decembre 2014, the Marine Institute based in Oranmore, Co Galway has commissionned SEA-Tech to fit fishing vessels with Vessel Monitoring System (VMS), with a view to capture data related to fishing paterns in Ireland. 18 vessels operating around the coast of Ireland have been equipped with SC2 tracking devices. Each asset's reports position at regular intervals. Fishing grounds are kept confidential and data is shared with the Marine Institute on a voluntary base.

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PORT OF CORK

The Port of Cork is the main port serving the South of Ireland, County Cork and Cork City. It is the second busiest port in Ireland and offers all six shipping modes. Official suppliers of the Port of Cork since 2013, we share common values to promote and develop Cork as a World Class Port by being enterprising, innovative and flexible organisations delivering quality infrastructure and services in the development of trade and economic growth in a global market.

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