Maritime artificial intelligence technology company Nautilus Labs on Tuesday (30 June) said it has partnered with bunker fuel consumption system specialist Insatech Marine to jointly deliver end-to-end instrumentation and data transmission services.
The goal of the partnership is to maximise voyage profitability and vessel yield through Nautilus’ decision support software that surfaces smart alerts and actionable insights and Insatech’s specialised instrumentation systems.
“Scaling instrumentation, marine services and support is crucial to ensuring that different types of vessels and shipping businesses have the opportunity to unlock access to their data,” said Leigh Jaffe, Director of Corporate Development at Nautilus.
“Nautilus is pleased to partner with Insatech to drive the vessel connectivity necessary for our platform to inform improved decision-making that drives profit uplifts and minimises global footprint.”
Both companies have identified that while shipping companies can be data rich, processing the data to make accurate decisions is another matter.
The partnership between Nautilus and Insatech allows customers to quickly and easily collect and transmit their datasets from ship to shore to make better decisions—now and in the future.
“Our collaboration will enable our clients to more seamlessly access Nautilus Platform to become more profitable and sustainable,” said Jacob Møller, Managing Director at Insatech.
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Published: 2 July, 2020
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