Connectivity is at the heart of e-Navigation, and e-Navigation is central to unlocking huge business benefits for shipping companies. At NAVTOR, everything we do is connected…
The big picture When you connect things – people, systems, assets and entire businesses – you increase understanding. From that understanding you can enable better decision-making, and from those decisions you enhance performance, both operational and commercial.
In short, if you manage to join the dots you see the big picture.
Think of NAVTOR as your pen.
Adding value NAVTOR solutions work to gather valuable information, simplify and automate processes, improve safety, productivity and efficiency, and empower end users.
Examples? Let’s see…
If a navigator has all the relevant data they require funneled down to the single interface at their fingertips they can make the right decisions with the minimal fuss (be that relating to weather, regulatory compliance or port scheduling). If shore-based teams can see what is happening on the vessel, and when, they can improve performance. If management teams can compare vessel data across fleets they can create best practices, standardize processes, enhance predictability, tailor services, and optimize overall utilization.
Everything is transparent (but with certified cyber security, only to those allowed to see it), everything is connected, and every element of available data can be utilized for added value.
Powerful proposition All of NAVTOR’s innovative ENC-based services are delivered on an established, secure and reliable communication infrastructure that connects ship to shore, and shore to ship.
We have created a highway - with the on-board NavBox as the secure gateway - that will speed real bottom line benefits to your business.
Benefits such as lower fuel consumption, predictable and safe operations, increased business efficiency (from reduced on-vessel man-hours, to greater overall process automation and autonomy) and, at the end of the day, less cost and more profit.
All that from e-Navigation? Yes, and that’s just the start…