Arundo can help reduce fuel consumption, optimize routes and improve cargo tracking through fleet benchmarking. By assessing the most efficient assets and understanding how these conditions can be replicated to other ships, we are able to reduce operating costs and provide the crew with tools for improved decision making. Arundo enables alerts based on customized thresholds and notifies about sea levels, weather, cargo conditions and equipment anomalies. This gives vessels and fleet operators increased situational awareness and reassurance that cargo and machinery is continually monitored, and routes are optimized.
Decision support on optimal operational parameters, such as vessel speed or generator operations, given real-time conditions, and transparency and predictions on emissions levels
Automation of frequent and manually cumbersome data driven tasks, such as checklists and noon reporting
Maintaining sufficient quantities of potable water onboard an underway vessel is one of the most critical elements to ensure the safety of crew members and safe operation of the vessel itself. While sea water may be satisfactory for washing decks and flushing toilets, fresh water must be maintained for human consumption and power generation.Case study
Kristofer has 17 years of experience in the maritime industry. A graduate of the U.S Merchant Marine Academy, he sailed as an Engineer for some years after graduation. He then focused on technology-based solutions in maritime with ABS Nautical Systems in North America and Asia Pacific, prior to joining Arundo in 2016.
Cody has more than 15 years of experience in high-tech solution design, product implementation, and operations. Prior to Arundo, Cody led product development and global field operations for a leading Big Data Analytics provider. Cody served 11 years active duty in the U.S. Navy in electronic warfare, satellite communications, and cryptography, including a five-year assignment at the White House as an Advance Lead for two Presidents of the United States.