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Impact monitoring in high-speed boats

Ægir and Rán , the Nordic god and goddess of the sea, had nine daughters. Their daughters were the wave spirits and their names embodied different characteristics of waves. One of the daughters was named for the rising wave. 

Her name was HEFRING

Mission and vision

To improve operational sustainability with intelligent vessel navigation support that delivers impactful, understandable and tangible insights. Make informed decisions and optimize speed, heading and route. Improve trip safety, comfort and efficiency. Log all trip data to keep track of operations.

Our history

Hefring was founded in Iceland in late 2018. The team behind the concept comes from a diverse background, from business development to mechanical engineering, boat building, education, banking, and medical devices. The idea behind Hefring developed out of our own need to measure impact forces affecting the boats that we were working on developing back when we were involved in the boat building industry. 

 

At the same time, a number of incidents occurred on high-speed boats in Iceland that resulted in serious injuries. Connecting the two problem areas, we set out to develop a concept for a system capable of providing captains with guiding information about their journey. What began as a simple screen with color indicators, fixed to the console of a high-speed vessel, has now developed into a full-fledged intelligent guidance and fleet management system.

Industry sectors

Hefring Marine can be implemented and used on any small to medium sized vessel.
Contact us to learn more.

About.

Impact monitoring in high-speed boats

Ægir and Rán , the Nordic god and goddess of the sea, had nine daughters. Their daughters were the wave spirits and their names embodied different characteristics of waves.

One of the daughters was named for the rising wave. 

Her name was HEFRING

Mission and Vision

To improve operational sustainability with intelligent vessel navigation support that delivers impactful, understandable and tangible insights. Make informed decisions and optimize speed, heading and route. Improve trip safety, comfort and efficiency. Log all trip data to keep track of operations.

Our history

Hefring was founded in Iceland in late 2018. The team behind the concept comes from a diverse background, from business development to mechanical engineering, boat building, education, banking, and medical devices. The idea behind Hefring developed out of our own need to measure impact forces affecting the boats that we were working on developing back when we were involved in the boat building industry. 

 

At the same time, a number of incidents occurred on high-speed boats in Iceland that resulted in serious injuries. Connecting the two problem areas, we set out to develop a concept for a system capable of providing captains with guiding information about their journey. What began as a simple screen with color indicators, fixed to the console of a high-speed vessel, has now developed into a full-fledged intelligent guidance and fleet management system.

Industry sectors

Hefring Marine can be implemented and used on any small to medium sized vessel.
Contact us to learn more.

About.

Impact monitoring in high-speed boats

Ægir and Rán , the Nordic god and goddess of the sea, had nine daughters. Their daughters were the wave spirits and their names embodied different characteristics of waves.

One of the daughters was named for the rising wave. 

Her name was HEFRING

Mission and Vision

To improve operational sustainability with intelligent vessel navigation support that delivers impactful, understandable and tangible insights.

Make informed decisions and optimize speed, heading and route. Improve trip safety, comfort and efficiency. Log all trip data to keep track of operations.

Our history

Hefring was founded in Iceland in late 2018. The team behind the concept comes from a diverse background, from business development to mechanical engineering, boat building, education, banking, and medical devices. The idea behind Hefring developed out of our own need to measure impact forces affecting the boats that we were working on developing back when we were involved in the boat building industry. 

 

At the same time, a number of incidents occurred on high-speed boats in Iceland that resulted in serious injuries. Connecting the two problem areas, we set out to develop a concept for a system capable of providing captains with guiding information about their journey. What began as a simple screen with color indicators, fixed to the console of a high-speed vessel, has now developed into a full-fledged intelligent guidance and fleet management system.

Industry sectors

Hefring Marine can be implemented and used on any small to medium sized vessel.
Contact us to learn more.