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Maritime Technology Firms Eye Vessel OT Data Analysis With MoU


Danelec and Alpha Ori have signed an MoU to further co-operation (source: Danelec)

The goal is more effective vessel operational technology (OT) data analysis through integrated onboard data-collection and cloud-transmission services, that combine Danelec’s data and server infrastructure with Alpha Ori’s Smartship software applications.


In practice, the collaboration will revolve around onboarding platforms for data collection and delivery, with navigation-related components such as shore visualisation and analytical services forming the core outputs.


The companies said the MoU offers an avenue for both parties to explore a potential strategic partnership around data-linked vessel services for maritime customers.


"This joint effort is designed to help operational organisations in providing and supporting high-quality services related to maritime safety, navigation optimisation and predictive maintenance," a joint statement from the companies said.


Commenting on the MoU, Danelec chief executive Casper Jensen said, “We see great potential in leveraging the synergies of our strong capabilities within data capturing and ship performance, and Alpha Ori’s... analysis and digital solutions... to deliver new services that will enable shipowners to optimise their operations and accelerate the industry’s route to net zero.”


Alpha Ori co-chief executive Bala Sankaran added, “Harnessing the power of data collected through Danelec’s infrastructure, we believe we can enhance operational efficiency and achieve the highest levels of safety on board ships.”


Technology developer Danelec manufactures voyage data recorders, shaft power meters and provides maritime internet of things infrastructure and ship performance management services. Alpha Ori is a key player in research, development and commercialisation of digital technology for the maritime industry, focusing on accelerating technology that can help bring about reduced emissions, operational improvements and enhanced safety.


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