All You Need to Know about IoT Enabled Maritime Fleet Management

Fleet managers can use maritime fleet management solutions to closely monitor individual vessel performance in order to identify and correct operational inefficiencies, resulting in improved fuel efficiency and optimized equipment maintenance schedules.

Fremont, CA: Maritime fleet management monitors and tracks the performance and location of maritime fleets using IoT-enabled sensors in order to optimize maintenance schedules, plan and adjust routes, and streamline communications between managers, drivers, and clients. Maritime fleet management, like other fleet management applications, focuses on utilizing a wealth of data collected on the performance of individual vehicles to guide decisions and enhance efficiency.

Proposition of Value

With carbon emission regulations affecting global maritime fleets, many companies are seeking ways to reduce fuel consumption and pollutant emissions. According to an Inmarsat report from 2018, 65 percent of surveyed maritime companies were already utilizing IoT-based solutions to monitor fuel consumption, with that figure expected to rise to 100 percent by 2023.

Fleet managers can use maritime fleet management solutions to closely monitor individual vessel performance in order to identify and correct operational inefficiencies, resulting in improved fuel efficiency and optimized equipment maintenance schedules.

How it Works

Sensors that measure sound, vibrations, and temperature around individual pieces of equipment can track progress and diagnose problems, alerting managers before they disrupt operations or endanger crew safety.

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