Rapidly developing technologies are transforming the way major transportation assets are managed. Innovations such as the cloud, cognitive analytics, the industrial internet of things (IIoT), and advanced cybersecurity are showing emergent signs of improving operations of afloat, ashore, subsurface, and aloft transportation assets. In the maritime space, shipowners, operators, technical managers, OEMs of shipboard machinery, and associated regulatory entities are embracing these technologies in order to better understand the overall health of their machinery.
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