BazePort Seea includes an Information Portal for ship owners and vessel managers to share information. Make sure your colleagues at sea are always up-to-date on health & safety and general information. Publish via the cloud from the office, or locally on each vessel.
Crew working at sea for months at the time deserve to have updated information, news and entertainment. Their welfare depends on it. BazePort Seea is a toolbox for vessel managers, crew operations and HSEQ personnel.
Create your corporate TV channel
You don't need an expensive studio or tv professionals to create your own corporate TV-channel.
The vessel entertainment system BazePort Seea includes a publishing tool for info-TV. Use the content you have, including films, power points and pdf, or use the built-in Slide & Template tool. Then, update your crew with safety films, training videos or publish other information that the crew can watch directly on the vessel's TV set.
When you want your audience´s full attention, use the Send Message application. Splash an on-screen dialog message on the TV for the user to confirm, or create a rolling text for a more subtle message.
Send message is a useful tool to get your crews attention.
Bulletins are short messages which you can publish quickly to the home page of the BazePort Seea system. See the messages on the bottom right corner of the home screen.
Publish as many as you like, set start and stop time, and control who will be able to view them by using access groups - powerful!
Add your places of interest and BazePort Seea will display a three-day weather forecast for that area. You can add multiple POIs to the system. When in use, the entertainment system will toggle through and display one forecast every 30 seconds.
The weather forecast feature is available on the start page of the BazePort Seea set-top-box interface.
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“To encourage social life onboard, it is recommended that recreational facilities should be made available and adequately equipped to allow seafarers to relax after work. This may include electronic equipment such as a radio, TV , computers and relevant software”,
Guidelines for implementing the Welfare aspects of the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006