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Nautilus Labs, Inmarsat Sign Agreement

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Posted by Michelle Howard

Nautilus Labs and Inmarsat have signed an agreement for Nautilus Labs to provide Inmarsat's Fleet Data service.

Nautilus Labs will use the Fleet Data API (Application Programming Interface) to help automate data collection as part of Nautilus Platform, a proprietary, fleet optimization UI (user interface) that provides shipping owners and operators with predictive analytics to reduce fuel consumption, allow for better decisioning, and meet international and local environmental standards - all in real time.

Developed by Inmarsat and made commercially available earlier this year, Fleet Data collects signals from onboard sensors, pre-processes that data, and uploads it to a central cloud-based database - equipped with a dashboard and an API.


Dec 11, 2019

 

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