On 31 March 2023, Saab’s Maritime Traffic Management department became a separate company. That company is now proud to continue business as Tidalis.

The new brand was launched at the international IALA conference in Rio de Janeiro on 29 May. Tidalis has its roots in well-established companies that began as Klein Systems Group and HITT and came together as the Maritime Traffic Management department. Despite that Tidalis is a new brand, the company has decades of experience.

“We are the same ship, with the same crew and the same commitment to customers, sailing under a new flag”, says Ivo-Paul Tummers, CEO of Tidalis, “As a separate company, we will be in a position to accelerate innovation and respond faster to customer needs.”

Tidalis has over 200 systems in operation. Eight of the top twenty container ports around the world use Tidalis’ solutions.

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Tidalis has over 200 systems in operation. Eight of the top twenty container ports around the world use Tidalis’ solutions.

About Tidalis        
Tidalis delivers a wide range of integrated solutions to maritime users around the world. These solutions allow customers to run efficient ports, terminals and pilotages; manage safety and efficiency of traffic on waterways; protect the environment; perform law enforcement and coast guard operations; and protect infrastructure at sea. Tidalis has 180 employees representing 26 nationalities working from offices in Belgium, Canada, Hong Kong, the Netherlands and Sweden. Tidalis is backed by international private equity fund Agilitas.

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