The new solution will allow for collaboration between Fjord 1 and Corvus Energy to maintain battery packs
Ferry company Fjord 1, battery pack supplier Corvus Energy and process and project management tool developer VesselMan have launched the ‘Smart Maintenance’ project to streamline interaction between the operator and battery pack supplier.
The project will involve the implementation of a solution for digital collaboration related to service assignments and project deliveries. This includes planned maintenance activities, which will appear in a workflow featuring recommendations from Corvus Energy’s monitoring systems. The solution will provide condition data, documentation and technical specifications for Corvus Energy’s battery packs, with information organised in the VesselMan tool so that it relates to the ferries that have the provided versions installed.
“Fjord 1 will further develop its digital process with direct collaboration with Corvus Energy regarding all types of service assignments, and especially in connection with corrective jobs that will now be integrated into VesselMan,” said Nils Kristian Berge, technology and project director at Fjord 1. “Further, we will facilitate a channel for receiving condition data and documentation which will ensure data-driven maintenance for Corvus Energy’s battery packs on our vessels.”
The project will provide knowledge to all of its involved parties and will result in an operational solution that can be called to deliver digitised collaboration with stakeholders across the maritime value chain.
“The Smart Maintenance project will position us for future growth and value creation by facilitating new partnerships,” said Stig Linna, CEO Of VesselMan. “With support from Innovation Norway and Klosser Innovation, we as a supplier, together with our customers and partners, can now offer a world-class solution for digital collaboration towards the maritime industry.”
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