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MobileOps and ioCurrents announce new integration

ioCurrents' MarineInsight platform provides a complete picture of a vessel’s performance and the health of its systems ioCurrents' MarineInsight platform provides a complete picture of a vessel’s performance and the health of its systems

Maritime software company MobileOps has partnered with data analytics and IoT technology firm ioCurrents to launch a new integration that will boost operational efficiency by automating data collection.

The integration sees ioCurrents’ MarineInsight sensor data streamlined though MobileOps’ platform. ioCurrents DataHub, an edge-analytics IoT device collects real-time component hour and vessel position GPS data, which is then stored in a secure cloud. When configured and mapped to MobileOps components, these analytics can be utilised to optimise vessel operations by eliminating the need for recurring data entry.

“We're thrilled to partner with ioCurrents and provide our mutual customers with an integration that amplifies the value of both software platforms. We're excited about the future and look forward to innovating with ioCurrents on behalf of our customers,” said MobileOps CEO and founder Michael Armfield.

Co-founder and CIO of ioCurrents, Cosmo King commented: “MobileOps and ioCurrents share the vision that software should be simple and useful.  Through this integration our pre-analysed data sets are automatically populated into MobileOps, reducing manual efforts and potential human error, making this an even easier and more efficient end solution; it is truly a win for everyone involved.”

This integration will continue to be enhanced in collaboration by the MobileOps and ioCurrents teams as maritime operators continuously look for new ways to optimise their operations, save valuable time, and reduce costs fleetwide.

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