IB boasts a long-standing presence in the marine market. This tradition allows us to provide professional services and help support clients with all software solutions needed for operating their fleet more efficiently.
With the all-in-one software solution InfoSHIP® you can improve the reliability of machinery, optimize the stock process, analyze fleet performance and assist the crew in daily operations ensuring compliance with company standards and upcoming regulations.
Thanks to its intuitive graphical interface, InfoSHIP was chosen by Premuda in October 2017 to effectively plan and report maintenance. Users of the 8 bulk and 3 tankers of the fleet and the shore staff can also access information on plants, spare parts and the history of the works carried out. Premuda, which is in line with the European Union's 2015/757 legislation on carbon dioxide emissions (MRV), monitors and collects data for reporting CO2 emissions thanks to the installation of the InfoSHIP for MRV add-on module.
The cooperation between Carnival Corporation brands and IB software started in 1995 with the implementation of the Maintenance & Operation software solution on the Costa Crociere fleet first, and now with more than 50 ships including CCL and AIDA cruises.
InfoSHIP® has always supported the company in monitoring and progressively improving the management of their Technical Processes, Procurement, Quality and Safety, Dry Dock , and Hotel (Maintenance and Purchase Process) with a continuous exchange of ideas and experiences and through the defining and achievement of goals.
The InfoSHIP® system was first installed in 2011 and is now used in 11 operating vessels, allowing users of all ship departments, as well as technical staff, to control and better streamline Maintenance, Purchasing, and Inventory processes, contributing to the process of continuous improvement and ongoing growth. Grandi Navi Veloci is one of the leading Italian shipping companies operating in the fields of coastal navigation and passenger transport in the Mediterranean Sea.
In September 2016, MSC Ship management invested in a range of retrofit solutions to reduce the energy consumption and air emissions of its fleet, totaling more than 160 containerships. After trialing InfoSHIP EGO on one vessel it is now being “rolled-out” on the entire fleet. InfoSHIP EGO allows MSC to manage the retrofit actions based on real payback evaluation, thus ensuring compliance with emission recording requirements.
Be competitive with InfoTNS, the new solution to manage all tug’s fleet from a technical and operational perspective! Combine operation service management with the maintenance planning software and you’ll have all the fleet at your fingertips!
e-Port Call Service allows shipowners, shipping agents and other maritime operators to communicate Machine-to-Machine with the Italian National Maritime Single Window - PMIS (Port Management Information System). The service collects and standardizes ship owner's data in the format compliant with PMIS in order to satisfy administrative requirements of the ships arriving and departing from Italian ports.
e-Port Call Service reduces the costs of port calls formalities and minimizes waiting time and manual input errors.
IB supports companies in the implementation of methodologies, processes, supplying added value services to their customers
Strait of Messina and “Autostrade d’Amare”: IB Technology onboard Caronte’s ferries
IB has acquired an important contract with an historical Italian Shipping group, the Neapolitan company Giuseppe Bottiglieri Shipping Company
The final presentation of part of the ITS - Intelligent Transport System 2020 project in which IB took an active part was held a few days ago.
The company becomes part of an international network and strongly focuses on artificial intelligence applied to ships. Giampiero Soncini at the helm.
IB partecipates as key sponsor and moderator moderator at "Live & Digital" conference in Copenhagen
Our Frederik Lerche-Tornoe moderator at forum “Qua Vadis, ISO 19030” at HullPic in Hamburg
Our CEO, Mr. Soncini speaker on the 12th and chairman on 13th October