Safety, Performance & Operability

MarineEasy® is a vertical solution tailored for marine and offshore vessel operators. They are required to meet the stringent demands or requirements at the vessel, fleet layer, and company level.
Safety: Both hardware and software do not introduce potential risk to the vessel’s safety and operability. The installed sensors, wires, wireless frequencies and other equipment in hazardous areas are suitable for hazardous area requirements.
Performance: The installation of hardware and software will not affect the primary system performance onboard, in terms of communication bandwidth, system response time or additional load on the power supply.
Operability and Reliability: the hardware and software are to be capable for a continuous operation. Except for predicted maintenance and re-calibration as necessary recommended by the OEM. In addition, the entire IoT system can be tested for system integrity with no interruption to the vessel operation.

What we provide

Vessel Health

  • Asset uptime

  • Crew productivity

  • Energy efficiency

  • Operations compliance


  • Emission

  • Workspace safety

  • Pollution

  • Seismic


  • Pre-mission

  • Emergency

  • Reliability

  • Time based


  • Forecast

  • Marine Clearance

  • Risk 

  • Governance

Marine in the next decade

January 15, 2019

The Internet of Things and Connected Marine ecosystems of vessels gives insights about how the marine industry braces itself for the use of technology to boost efficiencies, compliance and generating revenue increase. We are proud to be part of a new paradigm shift in this maritime industry.

Of course, sensors, devices, computers, industrial controls and equipment on ships have traditionally generated a lot of data. The critical part now is to connect this operational data with the IoT technology. IoT at the edge, in the cloud and on the ocean wave will let us collect, measure, understand and manage the physical environment on vessels like never before.

This includest monitoring power management, alarms and control systems in a vessel’s engine room; enabling real-time decision support systems on the bridge through to live monitoring of safety systems,  tracking logistics and navigation.

The reality is that sensors and IoT technologies are facilitating the introduction of new applications at sea. This is a game-changer for the maritime industry.

Energy distribution and usage in engine rooms and HVAC systems water control and treatment vessel routing based on traffic, port, safety information and weather conditions equipment monitoring in real time to remotely service products via the Internet.

Predictive maintenance before a part breaks or a failure occurs so parts can be swapped out at the next port of call avoiding operational down time and costly delays deployment of rescue teams in an emergency case.

All these reduces wastes, manpower and time resources. 

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