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Solution.

Hefring Marine is an intelligent navigation guidance assistant, developed to improve safety, comfort and efficiency.

Motion
Speed
Course
Location
Sea State
Weather
Engine
Hefring Marine System Design

What is Hefring Marine

Using real-time data on a vessel’s motions, impacts, speed and surrounding weather and sea conditions, Hefring Marine calculates a safe operating speed and presents it as guidance to the operator via an intuitive on-board display. It also displays experienced impacts and monitors impacts above a safety threshold. All collected and calculated data is streamed to a cloud portal where it is accessible for monitoring or review.

Make the right decisions in real-time, improve operational control and ensure that your trip is safe, comfortable and efficient. Log all trips to keep track of when, how and by whom your boat has been operated.

On board | HM Captain

  • Safety speed guidance
  • Live g-force impact monitoring
  • Speed and impact alerts
  • SMS alerts to land
  • Weather and sea state forecast
  • Cloud data capture

On land | HM Admin

  • Location and route tracking
  • Speed and impact monitoring
  • Behaviour and performance analysis and statistics
  • Automatic trip reports

HM Captain

HM Captain is the operator’s interface on board. It provides immediate speed guidance based on real-time operating data to help mitigate excessive motions and dangerous impacts.

 

HM Captain is the operator’s interface on board. It can be viewed on selected leading multi-function displays or on any HDMI-compatible display.

 

The HM Captain interface is designed to be easy to understand and interpret. It displays real-time impacts, a count of impacts that have exceeded the allowable threshold, actual speed-over-ground and the RedSpeed-over-ground (ROG, calculated safety speed), as well as weather and sea conditions.

 

The maximum allowable ROG speed, as well as impact thresholds, can be configures in the HM Admin cloud portal.

Hefring Marine Admin Unit
Hefring Marine Admin

HM Admin

 

HM Admin is a cloud-connected portal that captures data from the HM Control Unit for real time monitoring, tracking and reporting.


The dashboard shows real-time monitoring of trips on graphical and map interfaces. It can be used to track route and location, speed, impacts, and weather, operator behaviour and adherence to safety guidelines. All active trips, operators and vessels are shown simultaneously on the dashboard map and each can be selected to present more details.


At the end of a trip, a visual and engaging report containing all trip data and information is automatically generated. The report shows performance statistics of the operator and boat over the course of the trip. The trip is presented graphically to show impacts, speed and ROG, calculated safety speed, over time. A map displays the full route, coloured according to experienced impacts. Reports can be augmented with feedback and comments for further review and downloaded for sharing.

Hefring Marine Sensor

HM Sensor

The HM sensor is a powerful 9-axis inertial measurement unit that includes an array of sensors, including an accelerometer (+/- 16g), dual gyroscope, and magnetometer. It uses those sensors to collect data on a vessel’s full range of motions and impacts, as well as to monitor the environment that the vessel is operating in.


Signal processing with proprietary Hefring Marine rigid body filter. 


Connected via a waterproof CAN cable to the HM Control Unit.

Housed in an aluminium, IP67 rated enclosure that can withstand an operating temperature range of -40 to +80°C. Size of the unit is 51x45x24mm.

HM Control

The HM Control Unit receives data from the HM Sensor for processing and interpretation. The unit also connects to the vessel’s NMEA 2000 network to collect data from instruments on board. The system uses the vessel’s GPS and plotter data for speed and location, but also other available NMEA 2000 data for additional analysis. Information is both presented in real time on a user interface, HM Captain, and streamed to the Hefring Marine Admin cloud portal. In case of low cellular connectivity, the HM Control Unit will store data on the device and send it once back in network range.


Connectors: HM Sensor unit CAN port, NMEA 2000 CAN port, LAN, HDMI, USB, power (9 – 36 Volts DC).


4G/3G global cellular modem for connectivity.


Housed in an IP67 rated enclosure that can withstand a temperature range of -40 to +85°C.

Hefring Marine Control Unit

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Industry sectors

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

The solution.

Hefring Marine is an intelligent navigation guidance assistant, developed to improve
safety, comfort and efficiency.

Hefring Marine System
Hefring Marine System Icons
Hefring Marine System Design

What is Hefring Marine

Using real-time data on a vessel’s motions, impacts, speed and surrounding weather and sea conditions, Hefring Marine calculates a safe operating speed and presents it as guidance to the operator via an intuitive on-board display. It also displays experienced impacts and monitors impacts above a safety threshold. All collected and calculated data is streamed to a cloud portal where it is accessible for monitoring or review.

Make the right decisions in real-time, improve operational control and ensure that your trip is safe, comfortable and efficient. Log all trips to keep track of when, how and by whom your boat has been operated.

On board | HM Captain

  • Safety speed guidance
  • Live g-force impact monitoring
  • Speed and impact alerts
  • SMS alerts to land
  • Weather and sea state forecast
  • Cloud data capture

On land | HM Admin

  • Location and route tracking
  • Speed and impact monitoring
  • Behaviour and performance analysis and statistics
  • Automatic trip reports

HM Captain


HM Captain is the operator’s interface on board. It provides immediate speed guidance based on real-time operating data to help mitigate excessive motions and dangerous impacts.


HM Captain is the operator’s interface on board. It can be viewed on selected leading multi-function displays or on any HDMI-compatible display.


The HM Captain interface is designed to be easy to understand and interpret. It displays real-time impacts, a count of impacts that have exceeded the allowable threshold, actual speed-over-ground and the RedSpeed-over-ground (ROG, calculated safety speed), as well as weather and sea conditions.


The maximum allowable ROG speed, as well as impact thresholds, can be configures in the HM Admin cloud portal.

 
Hefring Marine Admin Unit
Hefring Marine Admin

HM Admin


HM Admin is a cloud-connected portal that captures data from the HM Control Unit for real time monitoring, tracking and reporting.


The dashboard shows real-time monitoring of trips on graphical and map interfaces. It can be used to track route and location, speed, impacts, and weather, operator behaviour and adherence to safety guidelines. All active trips, operators and vessels are shown simultaneously on the dashboard map and each can be selected to present more details.


At the end of a trip, a visual and engaging report containing all trip data and information is automatically generated. The report shows performance statistics of the operator and boat over the course of the trip. The trip is presented graphically to show impacts, speed and ROG, calculated safety speed, over time. A map displays the full route, coloured according to experienced impacts. Reports can be augmented with feedback and comments for further review and downloaded for sharing.

Hefring Marine Sensor

HMSensor


The HM sensor is a powerful 9-axis inertial measurement unit that includes an array of sensors, including an accelerometer (+/- 16g), dual gyroscope, and magnetometer. It uses those sensors to collect data on a vessel’s full range of motions and impacts, as well as to monitor the environment that the vessel is operating in.


Signal processing with proprietary Hefring Marine rigid body filter. 


Connected via a waterproof
CAN cable to the HM Control Unit.


Housed in an aluminium, IP67 rated enclosure that can withstand an operating temperature range of -40 to +80°C. Size of the unit is 51x45x24mm.

HM Control

 

The HM Control Unit receives data from the HM Sensor for processing and interpretation. The unit also connects to the vessel’s NMEA 2000 network to collect data from instruments on board. The system uses the vessel’s GPS and plotter data for speed and location, but also other available NMEA 2000 data for additional analysis. Information is both presented in real time on a user interface, HM Captain, and streamed to the Hefring Marine Admin cloud portal. In case of low cellular connectivity, the HM Control Unit will store data on the device and send it once back in network range.


Connectors: HM Sensor unit CAN port, NMEA 2000 CAN port, LAN, HDMI, USB, power (9 – 36 Volts DC).


4G/3G global cellular modem for connectivity.


Housed in an IP67 rated enclosure that can withstand a temperature range of -40 to +85°C.

Hefring Marine Control Unit

More about our insights

Industry sectors

Hefring Marine can be implemented and used on any small to medium sized vessel.

Contact us to learn more.

The solution.

Hefring Marine is an intelligent navigation guidance assistant, developed to improve safety, comfort and efficiency.

Hefring Marine System
Hefring Marine System Icons

What is Hefring Marine

Using real-time data on a vessel’s motions, impacts, speed and surrounding weather and sea conditions, Hefring Marine calculates a safe operating speed and presents it as guidance to the operator via an intuitive on-board display. It also displays experienced impacts and monitors impacts above a safety threshold. All collected and calculated data is streamed to a cloud portal where it is accessible for monitoring or review.

Make the right decisions in real-time, improve operational control and ensure that your trip is safe, comfortable and efficient. Log all trips to keep track of when, how and by whom your boat has been operated.

On board | HM Captain

  • Safety speed guidance
  • Live g-force impact monitoring
  • Speed and impact alerts
  • SMS alerts to land
  • Weather and sea state forecast
  • Cloud data capture

On land | HM Admin

  • Location and route tracking
  • Speed and impact monitoring
  • Behaviour and performance analysis and statistics
  • Automatic trip reports

HM Captain

Hefring Marine Admin Unit

HM Captain is the operator’s interface on board. It provides immediate speed guidance based on real-time operating data to help mitigate excessive motions and dangerous impacts.


HM Captain is the operator’s interface on board. It can be viewed on selected leading multi-function displays or on any HDMI-compatible display.


The HM Captain interface is designed to be easy to understand and interpret. It displays real-time impacts, a count of impacts that have exceeded the allowable threshold, actual speed-over-ground and the RedSpeed-over-ground (ROG, calculated safety speed), as well as weather and sea conditions.


The maximum allowable ROG speed, as well as impact thresholds, can be configures in the HM Admin cloud portal.

HM Admin

Hefring Marine Admin

HM Admin is a cloud-connected portal that captures data from the HM Control Unit for real time monitoring, tracking and reporting.


The dashboard shows real-time monitoring of trips on graphical and map interfaces. It can be used to track route and location, speed, impacts, and weather, operator behaviour and adherence to safety guidelines. All active trips, operators and vessels are shown simultaneously on the dashboard map and each can be selected to present more details.


At the end of a trip, a visual and engaging report containing all trip data and information is automatically generated. The report shows performance statistics of the operator and boat over the course of the trip. The trip is presented graphically to show impacts, speed and ROG, calculated safety speed, over time. A map displays the full route, coloured according to experienced impacts. Reports can be augmented with feedback and comments for further review and downloaded for sharing.

HM Sensor

Hefring Marine Sensor

The HM sensor is a powerful 9-axis inertial measurement unit that includes an array of sensors, including an accelerometer (+/- 16g), dual gyroscope, and magnetometer. It uses those sensors to collect data on a vessel’s full range of motions and impacts, as well as to monitor the environment that the vessel is operating in.


Signal processing with proprietary Hefring Marine rigid body filter. 


Connected via a waterproof CAN cable to the HM Control Unit.


Housed in an aluminium, IP67 rated enclosure that can withstand an operating temperature range of -40 to +80°C. Size of the unit is 51x45x24mm.

HM Control

Hefring Marine Control Unit

The HM Control Unit receives data from the HM Sensor for processing and interpretation. The unit also connects to the vessel’s NMEA 2000 network to collect data from instruments on board. The system uses the vessel’s GPS and plotter data for speed and location, but also other available NMEA 2000 data for additional analysis. Information is both presented in real time on a user interface, HM Captain, and streamed to the Hefring Marine Admin cloud portal. In case of low cellular connectivity, the HM Control Unit will store data on the device and send it once back in network range.

Connectors: HM Sensor unit CAN port, NMEA 2000 CAN port, LAN, HDMI, USB, power (9 – 36 Volts DC).

4G/3G global cellular modem for connectivity.

Housed in an IP67 rated enclosure that can withstand a temperature range of -40 to +85°C.

More about our insights

Industry sectors

Hefring Marine can be implemented and used on any small to medium sized vessel.

Contact us to learn more.