Smart infrastructure, and consequently a smart marina, is the result of combining physical infrastructure with digital infrastructure, providing improved information to enable better, faster and cheaper decision making.
© ICOMIAClick here to view the full report
The marine industry in Australia by the numbers 2023 Industry data.
The boating industry data report card includes input from the Australian International Marine Export Group, Marina Industries Association and BIA along with data intelligence from Australia’s boating app Deckee.Read full report here
Deloitte Access Economics undertook this analytical work for AIMS. Drawing on experience in developing and updating the AIMS Index of Marine Industry in the past, Deloitte Access Economics also drew on its in-house Deloitte Access Economics Regional Input-Output Model (DAE-RIOM) to estimate the flow-on and total economic contribution of the marine industry.
© Australian Institute of Marine ScienceClick here to view the report
The latest CommBank Manufacturing Insights Report unearths the drivers of business performance and the pathways to a more efficient, productive and sustainable future.Click here to view full report
The South Coast Boating Network Plan (the Plan) identifies investment opportunities to revamp existing boating infrastructure and services that support marine tourism at 17 of the region’s waterways.Click here to view the plan
ICOMIA’s Marine Industry Association (MIA) members have provided a snapshot overview of their industry for the past 6 months – 1 July 2022 to 31 December 2022 – compared to the same period of the previous year – 1 July 2021 to 31 December 2021.Click here to view the report
An extract from DP World’s Economic Impact – Australia observed an appreciable increase in its exports and imports in 2022. In October 2022, total imports in Australia grew year-on-year by 46%, while imports grew by around 36%.1 . Click below to see extract.Click here to read the Australia Findings
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority has introduced a new Certificate of Competency and accompanying eligibility criteria for Coxswain Grade 3; this will be the lowest grade of commercial vessel qualification available for the skipper of a domestic commercial vessel (DCV). This includes all workboats, marina tenders and similar vessels operating in the boating industry where the vessel is less than 12m.
© The Australian Maritime Safety AuthorityClick here to view the Guidelines
The Boating Industry Association Ltd (BIA) has released its 2022 Member Report Card, a statistical summary of priority activities undertaken on behalf of members over the past 12 months.Click here to see report