ABS-affiliated maritime software as a service (SaaS) company ABS Wavesight has collaborated with GTT subsidiary and end-to-end maritime digital solutions provider Ascenz Marorka to help digitalise oil, gas and offshore sectors in Saudi Arabia.
Through the collaboration, the companies intend to provide comprehensive digital monitoring, management, and recordkeeping tools to support Saudi Arabian oil and gas operations.
ABS Wavesight CEO Paul Sells said: “At ABS Wavesight, we are firm believers that the future of maritime will be built on collaboration: across sectors and between industry leaders.
“As such, we’re committed to working with and learning from our peers to empower operators with connected systems and robust data to facilitate more efficient operations. Our work with Ascenz Marorka will not only help steward a new, more connected era for shipping but a more sustainable future for our planet.”
Under the agreement, ABS Wavesight’s Nautical Systems will be combined with Ascenz Marorka’s smart electronic fuel monitoring system (EFMS) to help provide comprehensive insight into every aspect of the operations for oil and gas businesses.
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The Nautical Systems platform is designed to offer voyage optimisation and management tools, backed by ABS Wavesight’s powerful digital logbook solution NS eLogs.
Approved by global oil majors, Ascenz Marorka’s onboard and offboard Smart EFMS is designed to round out the combined offering with accurate, comprehensive and insightful fuel consumption and performance monitoring.
GTT digital vice president Anouar Kiassi said: “Without accurate fuel tracking, bunkering and advanced performance insights, decisions are based on fragile assumptions—and the rise of connected vessels highlights that fact.
“ABS Wavesight and Ascenz Marorka both recognise the opportunities that better monitoring and contextualised analytics can afford operators, and this belief sits at the heart of our collaboration.”