• Matthijs de Haas

Yachts show a great lack of intelligence.

Updated: Jun 6

Today's car is a central processing unit on wheels, today's yacht is a floating ... yacht!


Cars are connected to the internet and an increasing number of brands and developers use this technology to transform the vehicle into a personal assistant. Remembering the habits and routes of the driver, assist in driving, providing entertainment and extensive knowledge.


Certainly with the rise of 5G, a network that is designed to connect virtually everyone and everything together including machines, objects, and devices. The ultra fast speeds brings unparalleled possibilities:


instant assistance,

PA services,

personification,

linguatronic,

remote request yacht status,

remote yacht system diagnose,

assisted manoeuvring

autonomous sailing,

online chart updates,

streaming weather forecasts,

streaming music,

streaming movies & tv shows,

digital service management,

interfacing third party services,

automatic mayday call,

yacht tracking,

digital yacht key,

remote lock/unlock entry,

remote activating climate control,

remote control sun/windscreens,

...

The bottom line is that yacht and IoT tech will converge and its all for the better.


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