- Are you finding it hard to access, extract and aggregate onboard data?
- Do you have lots of data but no easy way to transfer it into a secure place?
- Do you want to make your data accessible to third party analytics providers or make your own performance-based decisions?
Inmarsat’s Fleet Data platform extracts the data from onboard sensors and uploads it to a secure central cloud-based database for easy access with no additional airtime cost.
Users can access all their onboard sensor data from a simple dashboard and use Application Program Interfaces (APIs) for easy customisation and analysis. Fleet Data is an enabler to improve operational efficiency, increase performance and benchmark data across an entire fleet or a single vessel. Key features include:
- Dedicated bandwidth-inclusive service
- Connect to sensors quickly and easily
- Secure online dashboard
- Download data and develop your own reports and metrics
- Access to VDR data
How it works
Fleet Data is powered by Inmarsat’s connectivity hardware modules. Developed using our decades of technology expertise and supported by our worldwide service network for installation and maintenance, these hardware modules provide the basic building blocks of a cost-efficient vessel IoT infrastructure
Remote Data Interface modules pick up analog, digital or serial sensor data throughout the ship for onboard data collection, while the Vessel Remote Server module connects to the vessel’s existing network/communication infrastructure for data transfer to shore.
Fleet Data Dashboard
The Fleet Data dashboard provides a gateway to all sensor and VDR data collected onboard.
The ship operations team on shore can request data from specific sensors or set up a schedule of regularly recorded serial, analog and digital data downloads from each connected sensor.
The data can be displayed in customisable dashboards for monitoring of various vessel parameters from shore (such as position, speed, RPM, etc.), as well as trends within the data over time.
Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) Report
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As further International Maritime Organization rules loom limiting emissions from ships, ushering in an era of new more expensive fuels, IIoT-connected shipboard sensors provide a ready answer to monitor, report and verify fuel use, for example. Today, 65 per cent of ship owners have or are trialling IIoT-based fuel consumption monitoring, with 9 per cent more to do so within 12 months.
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