OMC’s latest product offering, OMC Mobile, integrates real-time met-ocean data and DUKC® transit information right at your fingertips.

BerthAlert brings together OMC’s 30 years of mooring analysis to deliver a reliable and flexible range of forecasting, monitoring, and alerting tool designed to assist ports and terminal operators maximise berth availability and minimise risk. 

An overview of the work that has been done to enable larger ships to call at Lyttelton, New Zealand.

Footage of Cosco Thailand, a container ship part of the largest class of vessels able to call at the Port of Melbourne, navigating through Port Phillip Heads en-route to the port.

Case Study: A study conducted for Fremantle Ports on vessel interacting within the harbour.

Case Study: An investigation into whether Port of Melbourne and major port user, ExxonMobil, could bring deeper drafted vessels into the channel.

Footage of ships ‘rolling’ in the channel of the Port of Taranaki, New Zealand.

Case Study: a ship motion study to help facilitate larger vessels into the port and increase economic benefit for the City of Geelong, Australia.

A video showing the important role DUKC® plays in the iron ore exports industry in Western Australia, Australia.

Case Study: a ship motion study conducted in the Port of San Francisco, USA for the San Francisco Bar Pilots.

Footage of deep tanker Felicity navigating through the treacherous waters of the Port Philip Heads channel entrance.

A in-depth video explaining how DUKC® works.

Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) using DUKC® for maintaining channel integrity at the Port of Port Hedland.

For World Maritime Day, a look at the technology contributing to minimising the costs and environmental impacts of shipping through reduced fuel consumption and emissions.

DUKC® delivers US$18m per day.