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Tres Solutions and Danelec partner to accelerate the use of IoT in shipping

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Provider of vessel performance software and services Tres Solutions has teamed up with Danelec Marine, the provider of ship-to-shore data solutions, to accelerate the use of high-resolution data in delivering insights to shipping companies.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"} The cooperation recognises Tres as a certified third-party application provider in which the company’s Tres Vessel Analytics (TVA) platform can seamlessly integrate with the DanelecConnect ship-to-shore data gathering and transmission platform.

Danelec collects and pre-processes data from onboard sensors before transferring it to a secure cloud-based database. Tres will use the reliable, real-time data in its TVA decision-support software and services, helping existing and future clients improve fuel efficiency, reduce emissions and improve operations.

“This collaboration brings together two leaders in maritime digitalisation,” said Aaron Holton, CEO of Tres Solutions. “The industry has continued to evolve, with customers seeking connected platforms. With Danelec, we are collectively able to remove many of the barriers to widespread adoption of IoT by our customers and pave the way for further efficiency driven solutions for our clients.”

“We are pleased to welcome Tres Solutions into our ever-expanding integration ecosystem,” said Casper Jensen, COO of Danelec Marine. “The industry is quickly changing, and many more ships will be IoT enabled in the coming years. We believe our collaboration with Tres will help lead the transformation of the industry in a smart and efficient way.” {/mprestriction}

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