Kongsberg Digital Adds Propulsion Analytics’ Tools to Kognifai Marketplace

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Kongsberg Digital as well as Propulsion Analytics have actually authorized a collaboration that will certainly include Propulsion Analytics’ Engine Hyper Cube as well as Vessel QUAD applications to the Kognifai Marketplace electronic devices system.

Propulsion Analytics products applications in efficiency administration as well as power effectiveness for the maritime market.

The Engine Hyper Cube application is an engine efficiency administration as well as mistake medical diagnosis device. It utilizes a thermodynamic electronic double of any type of engine (primary and/or supporting engines) to make it possible for engine optimization, in addition to very early discovery as well as localization of mistakes. Vessel QUAD integrates artificial intelligence with thermodynamic modeling to give efficiency assessment as well as choice assistance device for a vessel as well as its engine.

“Kongsberg Digital and Propulsion Analytics have the common objective of digitalizing maritime industries. Our joint expertise will serve the maritime industry well in our mission to reduce carbon emissions and ensure operational excellence. Propulsion Analytics is an expert at data analysis with the aim to enhance vessel operations,” claimed Kim Evanger, Vice President of Maritime Partnerships at Kongsberg Digital.

The Kognifai Marketplace permits customers to pick electronic applications for their vessels or fleets, backed by a durable as well as protected information facilities provided byKongsberg Digital All applications on the Kognifai Marketplace are sustained by Kongsberg’s Vessel Insight information facilities.

“Our focus on providing top-level performance analysis, fault diagnostics and decision support solutions matches very well with the Kongsberg Digital offering, which aims to standardize and contextualize vessel data, and caters to a very wide range of customers. Through our collaboration we aim to decrease uncertainty and facilitate data-driven decisions to the ever-expanding fleet of connected vessels, supporting our common visions of increasing efficiency and reducing emissions in the maritime sector,” claimed Stratos Tzanos, General Manager at Propulsion Analytics.

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