D-Marin acquires majority stake in Croatian technology company Sense4Boat

Greek marina operator D-Marin has acquired a majority stake in the Croatian technology company Sense4Boat, which focuses on marine safety as an important step in its strategy towards digitalisation.

According to the two companies, this partnership will enable D-Marin and Sense4Boat to focus on the creation of smart solutions for marinas.

Sense 4 Boat will provide D-Marin with its digital platform to monitor major risk factors on vessels anchored in its marinas using ‘Internet of Things’ sensors.

As part of the deal, Sense4Boat will continue developing its platform and further expand its business in the marine tourism, marinas and insurance industry.

Kresimir Zic, founder and CEO at Sense4Boat, commented, “Together we will create innovative solutions to transform the whole industry and make the sailing safer, easier and nicer for all owners of boats.”

For more information, visit D-Marin.


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Source: SeeNews


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