Ocean and marine
IoT built for industry
IoT applications are far-reaching touching on every industry globally. It is no wonder that the maritime industry is focused on improving its technological strategies when it comes to IoT, creating smarter ships, streamlining operations and its supply chain management, implementing preventative machinery maintenance, and improving security, to name a few.
Numerous metrics can be tracked and monitored. Temperature, humidity, velocity, altitude, vibrations, etc. can all be monitored. This means that cargo care is amplified and aid in insurance purposes. For example, determine a shipment of electronics got wet after it was delivered to the client (as opposed to during shipping), or a delivery of medicine in glass vials was ruined at 11:15 pm by excessive vibrations at a specific port (likely dropped).
The solutions below can be used by our eco-system partners as a white labelled solution. Visit our Partner Program page to learn more.
Simplify vessel and cargo tracking, even in remote areas to improve auditability 3>
Manage the environmental impact of your operations, including emissions measurement 3>
Improve supply chain visibility and asset tracking with real-time visibility 3>
Ensure the safety of people and assets by setting up custom alerts 3>
Real-time risk management
Preventative maintenance of shipboard equipment and machinery. This is done in real-time to pinpoint issues before they arise, preventing malfunctioning. This reduces costly downtime and improves crew safety. IoT enables shore-side experts to conduct root cause assessments on any machinery or services that are required when out at sea, and send a software patch remotely to service of fix any issues.
Powerful IoT sensors
Sensors can monitor the ship’s performance. Through data analytics provided from these sensors, recommendations can be given for a most energy-efficient route, helping to reduce fuel consumption, lowering carbon emissions, and producing cost-savings. Our sensors can also provide alerts when emissions are high and send a notification to alert that the ship’s engine is not operating optimally.
IoT-enabled buoys placed along key maritime routes in order to gather hyper-local oceanic weather data. The data allows for the optimisation of shipping routes, particularly in areas that are so remote that they are currently unmonitored.
Get to know what IoT looks like in your industry or look at our cross-industry solutions. Talk to us to arrange a demo.
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