Athens-based ship owner Laskaridis Shipping has announced that they have started a project with maritime technology company ShipIn Systems, the world’s first FleetVision Platform. Laskaridis will roll out ShipIn’s FleetVision Platform across the fleet in the coming months.
The visual analytics solution provides a digital bridge between ship and shore, allowing for real-time collaboration between ship owners, managers, and crew onboard to enhance vessel safety and productivity.
Laskaridis Shipping controls a fleet of 90 vessels. The team will install ShipIn’s fleet of AI-powered CCTV cameras onboard to detect discrete events like maintenance, navigation, and cargo operations.
The platform will automatically alert the Laskaridis team both onboard and onshore to any safety or security risks.
Laskaridis Shipping COO Georgios Christopoulos commented: “We’re proud to be the very first ship management company in Greece to implement this innovative technology solution. The FleetVision system will become an important part of our digitalization strategy and will help us better pursue our policy towards operational excellence.”
Laskaridis Shipping will now have access to onboard operational data in near real-time. ShipIn enables collaboration between captains and crew onboard vessels and operations ashore through a patented communication protocol that minimizes required data bandwidth.
Catherine Prifti, DPA-HSQE Director of Laskaridis Shipping said: “FleetVision is able to detect near-miss incidents in real-time before they bring accidents. This is expected to improve safety performance and awareness.”
FleetVision supplies visibility to low-traffic areas onboard, enabling early hazard detection, protection from external damages like drug smuggling and stevedore damages, and more.
Osher Perry, CEO and Co-Founder of ShipIn Systems added: “We’re honoured to work with Laskaridis Shipping, a prominent owner and manager, and look forward to providing the full benefits of FleetVision across their fleet.”