Sensar Marine &
Sustainability has been a core aspect of product design since Paal Kaperdal established the company.
Maximizing the Useful Life of Boats
Boats can last over 50 years if treated with care. Our boat monitor extends the lifetime of a boat by keeping track of its vital functions and preventing catastrophic damage.
Sensar Marine also extends the useful life of the boat's batteries. When properly maintained, a battery can last up to 5 or 6 years. Despite this, the average life of a boat battery in the real world is 2 years. Too often owners mistreat their batteries due to lack of knowledge or data. We provide both.
We extend the life of both boat and battery.
Empowering the Boat Sharing Economy
A circular economy is "a model of production and consumption, which involves sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling existing materials and products as long as possible”.
By introducing monitoring of the boat, we hope to enable more boat users to be comfortable with the idea of boat sharing. With continuous monitoring the owner has the peace of mind that the boat is used properly, as well as the ability to detect if an event has happened and if inspection is needed.
Our partnerships with leading boat chartering companies is a major strategic priority for us in order to bring boat sharing deeper into the global boating culture.
The Future of Boating is Electric
To truly enable electric boating, you must understand where and how boats are being used in order to inform placement of charging stations. Utilizing the vast amount of data and insights collected by Sensar Marine devices, we can answer these questions and contribute to the adoption of electric boating.
What happened in terms of rapid adoption of electric cars in Norway can also happen with boats.
By partnering with early pioneers like Evoy, who are already putting electric boats on the water, we are empowering the unique monitoring needs of a fully electric future.
We Protect Lives on the Water
The sea is beautiful but it is also unpredictable and dangerous. Our partner Redningsselskapet tells us that they often spend too much time, the majority of their time in fact, just trying to locate where the boat or boater in distress actually is. What's their precise location?
Sensar Marine keeps track of the boat and her location, updating the app continuously while at sea so that precise GPS data can be shared by any app user to friends and family or rescue services in times of distress.