about OceansMap allows users to access, visualize, and interpret a broad range of environmental data from around the globe, including both real-time observations and model forecasts, all with just a few simple clicks. From maritime planning to water quality monitoring to operational search-and-rescue, regardless of your application, OceansMap makes met-ocean data easy.

science tools OceansMap web portals combine sophisticated data visualization and analysis tools with an intuitive, map-based interface designed to facilitate data exploration and discovery. Users can query sources to access data simply by clicking an icon on the map. These data can then be visualized using embedded tools to create everything from scatter plots to stunning, map-based animations, or characterized quantitatively using a variety of integrated analytical tools.

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maritime tools RPS offers a suite of sophisticated modeling tools to support maritime activities ranging from search and rescue operations (SARMAP) to oil and chemical spill planning and response (OILMAP, CHEMMAP). Built on the OceansMap platform, real-time observational data and model forecasts are seamlessly integrated into these applications, simplifying and accelerating the modeling process and producing more accurate results.

Oil spill simulation

esri tools Through our partnership with Esri, the OceansMap platform delivers global met-ocean data to support ArcGIS desktop applications, web and mobile applications, and AGOL widgets. Custom-made webGIS data portals built on the OceansMap platform provide the tools for exploring and analyzing both historical and live met-ocean data. With the Esri Web AppBuilder, the live data features of OceansMap can be integrated into any GIS framework, whether it is a simple website or a comprehensive Common Operational Framework.

OceansMap Widget
Story Maps
ArcGIS Living Atlas

education tools RPS develops custom-built web and mobile applications that bring the ocean to life through simple and elegant animations of real-time data. Applications can be configured for specific geographic regions, to emphasize the local relevance of the data to students. A simple user interface provides instructors with the ability to tailor the visualizations to suit different lesson plans and audiences. Whether driving a display kiosk at a museum or a mobile device in a classroom, educational applications built on OceansMap help the data to tell a story.