Morey and Siren Marine Team Up for Boat Telematics

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Morey will be the hardware partner for Siren’s boat monitoring, tracking, and security product.

Morey, an IoT hardware provider, is teaming up with Siren Marine to bring telematics to boat owners. Their hardware will carry Siren’s boat monitoring, tracking and security software.

The suite of products will give boat owners, fleet operators and boat builders the ability to track a boat’s location, access engine analytics, control onboard devices remotely, and receive real-time alerts when critical or unexpected events happen.

“The Siren Marine team has been working nonstop to introduce a new, IoT-enabled monitoring and tracking solution for boaters,” said Siren Marine founder and CEO Dan Harper, who spent more than 20 years as a professional yacht captain. “As pioneers of the ‘Connected Boat,’ Siren Marine is providing boat owners with remote access to critical and timely information about their boats. Our goal at Siren Marine is to bring boaters peace of mind and more time on the water.”

Siren’s boat telematics tools connect to sensors on the boat and send real-time alerts to phones, computers, and tablets when critical or unexpected conditions occur including unauthorized access, unexpected high or low temperatures, or water in the bilge. Lights and air conditioning can be controlled remotely, and a GPS built into the sensors keeps track of the boat’s location. Other features include video capture, a NMEA interface, and satellite connectivity, said the company.

Morey will provide design engineering and manufacturing services to bring prototype designs to market. The company will also provide rugged hardware designed to work with and protect Siren’s software and sensors, the company stated.
Siren hasn’t released a timetable for availability as of yet.

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