Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA) has developed an analytical dashboard tool to provide real-time data and insights into various aspects of maritime operations and activities. This could potentially help improve efficiency, safety, and decision-making in the Malaysian maritime sector. MIMA Seadash can help stakeholders in the maritime industry gain deeper insights into key performance metrics, make more informed decisions, and improve operational efficiency and safety.
Coastal and Offshores
Coastal and offshore areas in Malaysia are important for the country's economy and environment. Malaysia has a long coastline spanning over 4,800 km, with numerous islands and archipelagos along its coastlines. The country's coastal and offshore areas are rich in natural resources, such as fisheries, oil and gas, and minerals.
Fisheries and Aquaculture
Fisheries and aquaculture are important industries in Malaysia, providing food and employment for many Malaysians. Malaysia has a diverse range of aquatic resources, including marine, brackish, and freshwater environments, which support a variety of fish and other aquatic species.
Tourism and Recreation
Tourism and recreation are important aspects of the maritime industry in Malaysia, with the country's coastline and marine environment attracting millions of visitors each year. The tourism and recreation sector in Malaysia is a significant contributor to the country's economy, generating billions of ringgit in revenue annually and providing employment for many Malaysians.