Schneider Electricâs EcoStruxure Platform has won âThe most efficient ship solutionâ Award at International Green Shipping & Maritime Technology Summit. The solution is IoT-enabled architecture software, organised around three core layers of technology: Connected Products, Edge Control, Analytics and Services, implemented in cruise ships and ferries.
Maintenance plays a key role in securing ship processes declared RenÃ© Andersen, Marine Sales & Marketing Manager Schneider Electric. Twenty-two percent of fires are due to electrical equipment failure, 17% are due to poorly performed services, and 77% can be avoided with regular maintenance. New digital architecture and platform technology like EcoStruxure, now allows ship owners to rely on optimised Condition-Based Maintenance that reduces downtime and repair costs, and optimised maintenance cycles that offer Class Societies compliance at minimised cost.
Schneider Electric has more than 90 years of experience in the marine industry, especially in the naval, merchant marine, and offshore markets. It offers a complete portfolio of energy management solutions, from electrical distribution, machinery protection and control, to vessel automation systems and electrical secured power.
The International Green Shipping and Technology Summit was hosted by Global Industrial Events Summit and it covers shipping, shipbuilding, and green maritime technology topics that aim to decrease pollution at sea, while increasing the efficiency of vessels by 2020. It managed to gather 200 key marine experts and companies that have a big influence in the industry all over the globe.
Schneider has a global presence in over 100 countries and is the leader in Power Management â Medium Voltage, Low Voltage, and Secure Power, and in Automation Systems. The team provides integrated efficiency solutions, combining energy, automation, and software. In its Ecosystem it collaborates with the largest Partner, Integrator, and Developer Community in its Open Platform so that it delivers real-time control and operational efficiency.