Fleet Data ecosystem expands with addition of Ascenz

Maritime software provider Ascenz has become the latest company to join Inmarsat’s Fleet Data ecosystem, with the Ascenz Shipulse system to be integrated with the Inmarsat Cloud infrastructure to provide better access to customer’s shipboard data.

Inmarsat’s Fleet Data collects data from onboard sensors, preprocesses it, and uploads it to a central Cloud-based database equipped with a dashboard and an Application Process Interface (API).

As a Certified Fleet Data Application Provider, Ascenz will now be able to connect its Shipulse system directly to the Fleet Data API to carry out analytics on behalf of its users and offer performance insights and customised reports to support optimised vessel performance.

“Shipulse transforms any vessel into a smart ship. It delivers comprehensive and insightful information from monitoring fuel consumption, engine performance, bunkering monitoring, and other vessel activities to help maritime industry players achieve greater operational efficiency and increase fuel savings,” said Tang Teck Hong, Director – Commercial, Ascenz Solutions.

“With Shipulse being an Inmarsat certified application that is integrated with Inmarsat’s network capabilities, we are confident that we can reach more customers that have a need for marine data analytics and vessel performance solutions for their fleet.”

“We would like to help customers achieve more using digital solutions and becoming a Certified Application Provider enables us to work together on joint opportunities.”

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Rob O'Dwyer
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