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ESA and Bluepulse enter contract to develop a high-resolution maritime port activity geo fencing database. This database covers over 1,000 maritime terminals and references over 100,000 intermodal zones around the world. Soon available via Bluepulse API.


Bluepulse’s GHG and Carbon emission reporting solutions are now compliant with EN 16258 standards and with the GLEC Framework. Please to announce that Bluepulse is now a GLEC certified solution for CO2 and GHG accounting and reporting

Bluepulse announces partnership with Sinay

Bluepulse is pleased to announce developing its BlueRoutes solution with Sinay. Bluepulse uses artificial intelligence to calculate the best route and optimize the weather the ship will sail into while taking into account both propulsion, reefer fuel consumption, and security . Sinay helps maritime-based companies enhance business efficiency and better monitor their environmental impact.

Bluepulse selected for aspBAN network

In Europe, more than 75% of ports monitor their energy consumption being the second most indicated environmental monitoring after Waste (source Statista). We are pleased to inform you that Bluepulse has achieved one more goal by being selected by Atlantic Smart Ports Blue Acceleration Network as a start-up to deploy our solution at one of the aspBAN sites.
AspBAN is a project that is awarded funding by the European Union. AspBAN helps EU Atlantic ports to work as blue economy hubs and develop a dynamic acceleration platform. AspBAN has a network of 123 strategic partners and a total pool of 391 ports worldwide.

Reeferpulse solutions recognized !

We are pleased to announce that Reeferpulse, one of the solutions of BluePulse, has officially been awarded 2nd for a fantastic innovation in perishable logistics from Cool Logistics Resources Ltd . Cool logistics is the world-leading B2B networking knowledge and education resource for cold supply chain professionals.
Bluepulse designs and sells AI technology that can save up to 2 million tons of CO2, food, up to 4% fuel, and 9% maintenance each year for the shipping industry.
Innovation in controlled temperature shipping is the key to reducing energy use and increasing shipment quality.