In The Connected Ship we know that knowledge sharing and visits to the real world are keen to develop innovations. It is so important to pilot technologies, which are not perfect, but with the words of Clayton Christensen, “good enough”.
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In this short video, I talk with Anders Schening from LifeFinder and Håkan Lundström from Sensative, about the transfer of knowledge and the LoRa network’s possibilities. One of the exciting findings from our ship visit with Evergas was that the modern IoT network LoRa had excellent coverage onboard a solid metal ship, an aspect essential to the project’s key elements: Enhanced data collection onboard a ship without the need to draw extensive cabling. 2: Enhance the safety onboard by monitoring the work environment and using Lifefinder devices to enhance the crew’s safety.
Sensative take: See this highly interesting interview by Nanna Thit Hemmingsen, Scientific Consultant at Maritime Development Center (MDC), where they talk about the successful test of LoRa technology on ships.