De Boer Marine introduces vessel monitoring smartbox

De Boer Marine in the Netherlands has launched its new DBMatic V2 product, a vessel smartbox used to measure real-time data on board, to allow users to monitor operational parameters such as emissions, fuel consumption, and temperatures.

The unit collects and analyses data from various sensors on board and can connect to various third-party devices to share data.

“With this advanced smartbox, skippers can better manage their vessels, improve efficiency, and simultaneously meet increasingly stringent environmental standards,” said Meindert-Jan de Boer, CEO of De Boer Marine.

“We are confident that DBMatic will be a valuable addition to any maritime sector. This product is truly unique in the world in every aspect.”

De Boer Marine is a provider of marine equipment and maritime connectivity services, with service locations across EMEA and Asia.

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