Fleet optimisation provider and Lloyd’s Register subsidiary, i4 Insight, has joined forces with data collection pioneers, Danelec, to solve fleet performance challenges.
his new industry partnership brings together specialists in data collection and data analysis, to improve vessel optimisation. As the maritime sector deals with digital transformation and decarbonisation pressures, seafarers face increasingly complex and difficult industry challenges, and it appears collaborative working may be the only way to create one accurate, comprehensive data source.
The goal of the i4 Alliance programme is to leverage the strengths from each partner, to provide ship owners and charterers with more efficient and effective solutions centred around fleet management, vessel optimisation and decarbonisation strategies.
The key concept of the i4 Alliance, is not about simply adding unrelated partners but instead building a network of providers that complement one another and, more importantly, help shipping companies solve complex problems
Joel Meltzner, i4 Insight CEO said.
In addition, Casper Jensen, CEO of Danelec, noted that “partnering with i4 allows us to offer our customers a quick and easy plug-and-play solution to utilize the navigational and engine room data collected onboard to improve vessel efficiency while reducing their carbon-footprint to comply with upcoming emission reduction regulations.”