We are excited to announce our partnership with ShipIn’s AI powered FleetVision™, to improve our safety standards on board of our managed vessels.
With our various management offices in Europe and Asia, Zeaborn wants to take a unified approach to enhance safety of on-board operations. The decision to implement ShipIn System’s digital platform onboard Zeaborn-managed vessels aims to add value to existing safety and operational compliance as well as supporting overall performance goals.
Transforming Fleet Operations And Improving The Bottom Line
ShipIn’s patented FleetVision™ solution delivers visual data in near real-time, which is shared seamlessly between ship and shore, providing actionable insights into areas such as Bridge conduct, safety, security, cargo handling, and maintenance, across all fleet operations. This is achieved by harnessing AI-powered cameras and visual analytics to assist on-board and on-shore teams in identifying hazards, removing obstacles, and gathering information to create processes that prevent future issues from occurring.
Stefan Schindler, Senior Vice President Projects & Performance of Zeaborn Ship Management, noted: “After an intensive operational pilot phase on board different vessel types, we’re thrilled to partner with ShipIn, with the ultimate target to implement FleetVision™ across our managed fleet. ShipIn has already added significant value to our organization, and we strongly believe this solution will improve transparency, safety, and security, thus improving overall operations for our entire fleet. Furthermore, safety is a part of our DNA and value proposition. The safety of our workforce and the continuous training of various critical safety situations on board, including new tools and software, is also a part of our ESG strategy as a responsible third-party ship manager. FleetVision™ gives us the opportunity to enhance the safety awareness of our most important asset, our colleagues on board, on a real case basis.”
Osher Perry, CEO and Co-Founder of ShipIn Systems, added: “Seafarers’ workload is continuously increasing, without the tools necessary to help them do their jobs efficiently and safely. ShipIn bridges that gap by providing a single platform for crew, managers and owners to collaborate on the same information in real-time. We’re delighted that Zeaborn recognizes the value of our platform, and we look forward to a fruitful, long-lasting collaboration.” With AI-powered cameras and real-time visual analytics, FleetVision™ translates tens of thousands of hours of footage per vessel and month into real-time intelligence that shapes behavior onboard – increasing safety, reducing risk, and enhancing productivity. In addition to operational insight, the analytics dashboard centralizes all data so that there is a consistent source of information for performing remote audits and benchmarking performance to help track ROI
About ShipIn Systems
ShipIn Systems is the world’s first FleetVision™ Platform, unlocking ship-to-shore collaboration for maritime fleets with AI and visual analytics. ShipIn’s platform proactively alerts shipowners, managers, and seafarers to onboard events in real-time, reducing losses by 40% and increasing efficiency by 8%. Visit ShipIn.ai and watch our explainer video to learn more.
About ZEABORN Ship Management
ZEABORN Ship Management is a pure third-party ship manager offering a comprehensive and state-of-the-art product portfolio with particular focus on performance, efficiency, digitization, and advanced customer care.
With its headquarters in Hamburg, Germany, a strong hub in Singapore and further offices throughout Asia and Europe, ZEABORN employs about 4,300 people ashore and at sea. This workforce looks after a diversified fleet focusing on containerships, bulk carriers, tankers, and multipurpose vessels of all sizes.
All employees at ZEABORN Ship Management ashore and at sea are committed to providing safe, environmentally friendly, and reliable ship management operations to the company’s clients.
ZEABORN Ship Management has joined the United Nations Global Compact, a voluntary initiative aimed at promoting sustainable and socially responsible development.