Shipin Systems To Accelerate Expansion Through Lloyd's Register's Waypoint Program

Participation in the Waypoint program will increase the accessibility of ShipIn's FleetVision technology to ship owners and operators.

FREMONT, CA: Fleet management includes a wide range of tasks, such as keeping track of vehicles, making sure drivers are safe and healthy, and making certain vehicles are in good shape. Fleet management is meant to improve efficiency and productivity, cut costs, stay in compliance, and make customers happier. ShipIn Systems, the world's first visual fleet management platform provider, has been nominated as one of only three firms to join the Waypoint program, an initiative of Lloyd's Register's Safetytech Accelerator.

"The sharing of real-time operational data between ship and shore is one of the latest tech developments that will help deliver a safer and lower-risk marine professional environment," states Osher Perry, Co-Founder and CEO of ShipIn Systems.

Waypoint is committed to enhancing the commercialization of innovative safety and risk management technology in the marine industry.

Throughout the 12-week phase, ShipIn will work with seasoned mentors to enhance its market positioning, extend customer reach, and help pilot its FleetVision platform with various vessels to obtain vital input from owners and operators.

FleetVision employs visual analytics to enhance ship-to-shore collaboration for marine fleets by alerting shipowners, managers, and seafarers to onboard events in real-time, thereby lowering losses by 40 percent and increasing efficiency by 8 percent. The system combines live camera footage from a vessel with analytics powered by machine learning to reduce the risk of mishaps and enhance cargo operations throughout the global international shipping fleet.

The platform delivers insights into navigation, security, cargo handling, and maintenance, enabling vessel owners, management, and crew to cooperate and make wiser fleet safety, efficiency, and profitability decisions.

“We are thrilled to be working with like-minded tech and maritime experts who share our passion for making safer shipping operationally and commercially attractive, and look forward to fast-tracking our significant growth plans,” adds Perry.

Nadia Echchihab, Head of Innovation Programmes at Safetytech, comments, “Entry onto the Waypoint program is highly competitive, which signals a strong tranche of innovation coming into the maritime market. As we work to make operations safer and more sustainable, the potential of ShipIns offering stood out due to the tangible impact its insights have already made on improving onboard processes, preventing incidents and finally connecting crew and shore-based teams more closely.”

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