GE Vernova to integrate with Telenor Maritime digital platform

GE Vernova has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Telenor Maritime to promote a joint offering whereby GE Vernova’s digital energy services will be delivered through Telenor Maritime’s edge platform and managed connectivity service.

GE Vernova’s (GEV) Power Conversion business offers a range of maritime power and energy tools, with a portfolio including remote support, asset performance and energy optimisation systems, as well as cyber security compliance services.

In addition to maritime connectivity, Telenor Maritime has recently added a Unified Hosting Service (UHS) to its offering, a digital platform designed to gather, contextualise and store operational data from various sources on board the vessel.

Applications hosted on the UHS can process this data to enable various applications on board, while shore-based teams can also access the data as required.

As an initial step in the partnership, the parties have completed a technical Proof of Concept (PoC) to integrate GEV’s Power Conversion software on the UHS platform, following the validation of the value proposition with a pilot customer.

“We believe that our unique neutral position will enable shipowners to utilise operational data and digital tools more efficiently across the different systems and for the whole fleet,” said CEO of Telenor Maritime, Lars Erik Lunøe.

“We are proud to be working with GE Vernova and their innovative and proven maritime solutions to help our customers to meet their digitalisation and sustainability goals.”

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