Maritime businesses are highly dependent on real-time information, and yet its availability can seem worlds away. Working relationships and processes are fragmented on many levels. Operations are often autonomous and this affects the performance of assets and crew at sea, colleagues on shore, partners, and arguably, the entire maritime industry.
Organizations can no longer afford to work alone and so, must revive their approach to sharing information. As new technological advancements are constantly proving their indispensability in other industries, it’s essential that the maritime industry adopt them as well.
We are fascinated by the current changes in the maritime sector. It’s the world we know and have professionally grown in. It’s also where we observe a rising demand for connectivity solutions. And a need for businesses to start working together differently, in order to make new opportunities real.
So, with many years of entrepreneurial and commercial, local and international experience backing us, we’re bringing connectivity to the maritime industry. With our Onboard platform, we are fully equipped to contribute to the transformation of our industry with endless productivity possibilities. It’s blue skies ahead.
Onboard provides a business-to-business platform made of communication management components, on which Onboard applications are run. We provide our own Onboard server, that monitors and logs operational data, and processes all manual input from the crew. All on-board data is intelligently synchronized with the Onboard Private Cloud on shore. This private cloud solution is customized for each customer and is scalable. It will guarantee the safety of your data and give you full control over your data.
And to reach our ultimate goal of transforming the industry, our platform is open to customers and partners. Open interoperability and the development of common architectures allow all stakeholders to fully integrate their applications and internal systems. This offers all parties a new level of communication while helping them maintain controlled and secure access to underlying data sources.