Danelec, a maritime IoT company based in Copenhagen, has updated its Danelec Connect system to integrate ship performance monitoring software from Kyma, which it acquired in late 2021. The cloud-based system will collect and process data from various sources and formats, providing a centralised dataspace for storage, analysis, sharing, and insight. It will leverage Kyma’s ship performance monitoring tools and Danelec’s expertise in data-capture to deliver new services to users, with the aim of boosting operational efficiency, safety, and sustainability. The platform’s automated reporting will also support emissions regulation compliance and prompt action in response to sensor irregularities and missing data.
Danelec’s SVP for Danelec Connect, Christian Treu, stated that the new platform combines the best technologies and expertise from both companies, offering more efficient, cost-effective, and simplified workflows for managing fleets. Treu also highlighted the potential for digital solutions in the maritime industry, with nearly 70% of ship owners exploring digital options for operational efficiencies. The platform offers four plans covering performance monitoring, environmental impact, API integration, and the full platform, allowing ship owners to select the services that suit their needs.
The integration of Kyma’s ship performance monitoring software into Danelec’s Connect system aims to revolutionize how ship owners manage their fleets. The cloud-based platform will provide a centralized dataspace for automated data collection and processing, regardless of the source or format. This will enable ship owners to store, analyze, share, and gain insights from the data collected from single or multiple vessels. The platform will leverage Kyma’s ship performance monitoring tools and Danelec’s expertise in data-capture to deliver new services that enhance operational efficiency, safety, and sustainability.
The automated reporting feature of the platform will also support compliance with emissions regulations by providing graphical representations of relevant data such as fuel consumption and carbon intensity index. The software will also send notifications to prompt action in response to sensor irregularities and missing data. Ship owners will have the flexibility to choose from four plans that cover different aspects such as performance monitoring, environmental impact, API integration, or the full platform. The platform can be integrated with in-house applications or third-party software to transfer data to chosen cloud or databases.
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