The implementation of the agreement tackles an obstacle identified by ship owners themselves which has stopped them using Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
A recent 2018 Inmarsat survey of 125 owners found 51% identifying an inability to get data off ships in real-time as their obstacle to IoT adoption.
The agreement recognises ABB as a certified application provider to work with Fleet Data, the IoT platform developed by Inmarsat and Danelec Marine which collects information from onboard sensors, pre-processes it, and uploads it to a secure cloud-based database.
The new Certified Application Provider (CAP) agreement means analytics, monitoring and decision-support software, developed by ABB Marine & Ports to benchmark fleet performance as well as enhance ship efficiency and safety, can seamlessly integrate with a database via the Fleet Data Application Programming Interface (API).
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/shipping/28112019/inmarsat-and-abb-marine-ports-have-signed-a-milestone-master-supply-agreement/
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