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Vessel monitoring and tracking company Siren Marine named IoT hardware provider Morey as its hardware provider.
“The Siren Marine team has been working nonstop to introduce a new, IoT-enabled monitoring and tracking solution for boaters,” Siren Marine founder and CEO Dan Harper, who spent more than 20 years as a professional yacht captain, said in a statement.
“As pioneers of the ‘Connected Boat,’ Siren Marine is revolutionizing the ownership experience by providing users with remote access to critical and timely information about their vessels. Our goal is to bring boaters peace of mind and more time on the water.”
Siren Marine’s monitoring device connects to sensors around the boat and sends alerts to phones, tablets or computers when critical conditions occur, such as water in the bilge, high/low temperature and unauthorized access.
Onboard devices, including lights or air conditioning, can be controlled remotely, and the built-in GPS tracks the position and movement of the vessel.
New features include wireless sensors, fleet management capabilities, video capture, satellite connectivity and an NMEA interface.
Morey is supporting the project through design engineering, production readiness and manufacturing services to bring prototype product designs to market via its innovation center and manufacturing facility in suburban Chicago.
“Morey stands on the promise of bringing innovation to industry, and this product line is going to revolutionize the boating experience,” Morey president Dana Morey said. “We find it incredibly rewarding to partner with Siren Marine, combining their first-in-market technology offering with our 20 years of wireless hardware expertise.”