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One of world’s first industrial smartwatches certified for use in Zone 1 hazardous work environments with custom built safety applications
(Source: EMSA. Annual overview of marine casualties and incidents 2019)
Streamlined digital workflows, ship shore connectivity and drive tangible cost savings
More than 4,600 total man hours saved
More than US$60,000 productivity value
*Based on data collected from customer usage of SAFEVUE.ai
Crew Situational Awareness with near real time visibility and virtual barrier management
More than US$25,000* average cost avoided for compliance/safety incident
Improved procedural compliance
*Based on P&I Club estimate
Connected wellbeing and crew empowerment through leading indicators
Reduction in manual paperwork and fatigue
Improved workload management
Behavioral Based Safety
Crew empowered to change behavior through situational awareness
Enhanced reputation through 'Digital Ship' and Safety Leadership
Improved safety rating through enhanced control of work and compliance
Towards zero incident
Enabling Shipping 4.0 through IIoT
– Captain Daniel, Bunga Kasturi Enam
"SAFEVUE.ai really helps me in maintaining a very good watch of the safety of the crew working on deck. I can actually see them, their whereabouts on deck or where they are on the vessel."
"It’s a good system. I can see how many permits are already active in our daily work, and how much time is remaining for termination. I can easily monitor crew from SAFEVUE.ai"
"When it comes to audit preparation, everything is archived. All I have to do is go to the dashboard, go to the archive, and retrieve the permit. And from the office point of view, I don’t have to sift any, scan or send emails. Definitely it saves a lot of time; saves the environment."
"Pump Room is a hazardous area. With the system, we know when the Pump Room man or anybody who went to the Pump Room, is still in there, and if there is no movement, we can act fast."
"With SAFEVUE.ai, you save a lot of time. When approving a PTW, it avoids the need to run up and down, here and there, to look for the Master for review and sign off"
"Crew can press the Crew Assist button if they have any difficulty....if somebody has any injury, or some sort of other difficulty, they can always ask for assistance. So that is how he helps himself."