New offline streaming service for commercial vessels

May 14 2020


Baze Technology is launching a new solution for offline streaming of media and information sharing: BazePort Seea.

BazePort Seea is aimed to improve the crew welfare within commercial vessels. The crew will have the opportunity to watch the latest films available, receive updated news, listen to podcasts and receive important information from the captain, directly on their personal devices or TV screen.
 
 
The best content available for maritime venues
 
The crew can enjoy a selection of films, with many options of subtitles and dubbing. The library is topped up with 10 new films every month and up to 28 hours of TV series every quarter.
 
 
Daily news and podcast
 
Podcast listening is increasing in popularity, and the number of available podcasts has exploded over the last years. With BazePort Seea the crew gets access to an unlimited number of podcasts. Subscribe for free and receive new podcasts every day.
 
 
The crew will also receive daily updated News in 13 different languages, from major providers worldwide.
 
 
Multiple language options
 
The system is available in nine different languages today, making sure the crew feel at home while using BazePort Seea. 
 
 
All films, series, news and podcasts are also available in a range of languages. 
 
 
Send important information directly to the crew on their mobile
 
Ship owners can use the Information Portal to share valuable information with the crew. This information will be seen on TV screens in the vessel and on each personal device of the crew.
 
 
Worried about lacking bandwidth when receiving content updates?
 
BazePort Seea works in an offline environment, just like any regular BazePort IPTV setup. The lack of bandwidth may be a concern when considering a video on demand service, and that is why BazePort offers a dedicated mobile broadband service for for vessels that do not have spare bandwidth, or prefer having a dedicated line for this service.
 
 
Have a small taste of BazePort Seea 
 
 
 
 



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