OrbitMI adds Dataloy voyage management to software suite

OrbitMI adds Dataloy voyage management to software suite

OrbitMI has joined Dataloy Systems´ partner program as a master partner, combining Dataloy’s voyage management platform with OrbitMI’s suite of integrated maritime solutions.

Orbit’s products transform data into actionable visualisations for decision-makers. It aggregates and integrates data from vessels and existing shore-based systems, amplifies it using machine learning and activates it through dashboards, alerts and actionable insights delivered in real-time via desktop, tablet and smartphone. In the integration with Dataloy, Orbit ingests data from the Dataloy VMS, integrates it with other feeds from the customer’s technology stack and applies AI/machine learning to reveal hidden insights about weather, routes, speed, consumption, TCE, vessel schedules and more. These insights improve organisational decision-making.

“Orbit is a technology innovation hub that is open, extendible and intelligent,” said Ali Riaz, CEO of OrbitMI. “Our customers engage in digital dream building where they extend the core solutions and capabilities in the hub to create data flows that feed the way they work. With the rich vessel and voyage data from Dataloy’s VMS, this integration lets teams across any maritime organisation tap into a common source of truth, allowing them to optimise each decision they make while seeing the macro picture of the entire business. As we like to say, they can Sea the Big Picture.”

“Our goal at Dataloy is to empower customers to benefit from rapid innovation and digitisation in the maritime sector,” commented Erik Fritz Loy, founder and CEO of Dataloy Systems. “As a result, we’re excited to partner with OrbitMI to expand our eco-system and provide our customers with the benefits of our joint innovation. By integrating vessel and voyage data from Dataloy VMS with OrbitMI’s AI/machine learning knowledge, we will be able to provide actionable insights to our customers, allowing them to enhance their operational efficiency and decision-making.”