Danelec and Alpha Ori sign MoU on HFHQ data analysis

Danelec and Alpha Ori Technologies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the aim of collaborating on the provision of maritime digitalisation services based on HFHQ (High Frequency, High Quality) data.

The companies will explore a potential strategic partnership, aiming to offer vessel data-based services to maritime customers revolving around onboarding platforms for data collection and delivery, with shore visualisation and analytical services as the core components.

In the longer term, the scope of the partnership would see the delivery of a fully integrated system leveraging Danelec’s data and server infrastructure along with Alpha Ori’s SMARTSHIP software applications, to cover the entire process of onboard data collection and transmission to the cloud for analysis.

“At Danelec, we firmly believe that digitalisation holds the key to confronting the key challenges of sustainability, productivity, and transparency, and further enhance safety within the maritime industry,” said Casper Jensen, CEO at Danelec.

“As we share this belief with Alpha Ori Technologies, we see great potential in leveraging the synergies of our strong capabilities within data capturing and ship performance and Alpha Ori’s ditto within analysis and digital solutions to deliver new services that will enable ship owners to optimise their operations and accelerate the industry’s route to net zero.”

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