Nautilus Labs and Insatech Marine announce data collection and analysis partnership

US-based maritime tech firm Nautilus Labs has announced a new partnership with Danish fuel monitoring company Insatech Marine, which will see the companies work together to jointly deliver data collection and analysis services to provide more shipping companies with access to Nautilus’s predictive decision support system.

Nautilus’s applications leverage artificial intelligence to anayse vessel operations and provide ‘smart alerts to inform management decisions and assist companies to maximise voyage profitability and vessel yield.

“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 drive profit uplifts and minimized global footprint.”

Insatech specialises in onboard performance systems, involving the installation of instrumentation and collection of data relating to vessel processes. This new partnership with Nautilus aims to allow customers to more easily collect and transmit these and other shipboard datasets to shore to power better operational decisions.

“Our team of marine experts has developed partnerships with some of the leading manufacturers and customers in the world. We’re proud to partner with Nautilus to enable shipping companies to easily and quickly collect and transmit data to gain actionable insights and recommendations,” said Jacob Møller, Managing Director at Insatech.

“Our collaboration will enable our clients to more seamlessly access Nautilus Platform to become more profitable and sustainable.”

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