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VesselMan joins Kognifai platform

Kongsberg Digital and VesselMan have entered into a partnership agreement which will see VesselMan’s applications for dry-docking and repair management added to Kongsberg’s digital ecosystem for its newly launched Kognifai platform.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}“There is a great difference between being a small Norwegian company on its own and being part of the global distribution platform that Kongsberg represents,” said Stig Linna, CEO of VesselMan.

“For us, it is very important to be part of a secure, scalable platform. As part of Kongsberg’s digital platform, we can concentrate on our core business and let Kongsberg handle scalability, security issues – and all the other important things that customers have to take into consideration with global, Cloud-based solutions.”

VesselMan’s Cloud-based management system will now be made available on Kognifai where it can be used to define planning processes, perform remote process monitoring, and manage online information sharing.

Customers can use the application on top of their existing systems from Kongsberg and other partners on the Kognifai platform.

“VesselMan is the perfect match for both our ecosystem and Kognifai, our digital platform,” said Jørn Seglem, SVP digital platform and analytics at Kongsberg Digital.

“One of the key aspects of our digital platform strategy is to bring innovation from third parties to our customers to enable them to optimise efficiency and break the cost curve. VesselMan will add new, valuable innovation and collaboration to our ecosystem, and their applications will go hand in hand with the segment of applications for the maritime industry on Kognifai.”{/mprestriction}

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