Dryad Maritime Opens New Office

Press Release
Monday, January 28, 2013

UK's Dryad Maritime, specialists in maritime intelligence, opens a new office in Hastings.

Dryad Maritime is a specialist maritime intelligence company helping seafarers to quantify, mitigate and manage the threats from piracy, terrorism and other waterborne threat and crime.

The opening of the office is the next phase in a major programme of expansion and comes as Dryad seek to harness growth opportunities, enhance existing 24/7 business continuity and ensure it is at the forefront of the latest technological developments. The expansion marks Dryad’s mandatory commitment to extend the provision of its global maritime intelligence services.

The new facility houses the growing technical support and software development teams while offering additional provision to Dryad’s expanding customer base. These teams  will continue developing new features for Dryad’s custom-built intelligence handling technology, a system designed to improve the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) through improved maritime domain awareness.

Graeme Gibbon-Brooks, Managing Director of Dryad Maritime Intelligence, said: “At Dryad we are always striving to redefine standards and improve our services to clients in the maritime sector.  This office will play a pivotal role in our future plans as we look to make additional investments to grow our services at Dryad Maritime Intelligence."
 

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