MarPoint’s network asset management platform enables IT managers to efficiently manage vessels’ network assets, such as routers, switches, servers, printers, and other devices, as well as the software and licenses associated with those assets.
The platform provides a centralized view of the network and helps IT teams to monitor, track, and control the inventory of their assets, including their location, configuration, performance, and security.
Document and record all the systems (ICT and Technical) used on your ships including:
Document all equipment included in your systems and assign them to groups and persons.
Add brand, model, purchase and installation dates, status and notes
Add all documentation including asset images, manuals, invoices, shipping documents, etc.
List all products installed on the asset including version information, license information with expiration dates etc.
Browse information recorded by the system and apps on your device such as Data Type, interface, instances etc.
Print QR Code labels with additional information for your assets.
Create diagrams to represent network assets and their information.
Diagrams provide a clear visual representation of the network infrastructure, which can help the manager to easily understand the components of the network, their relationships, and their interconnections.
By creating and updating these diagrams, IT managers can keep track of the network’s assets and their configurations, which can help them to manage the network more effectively. Furthermore, diagrams can also be used to plan changes and upgrades to the network, as well as to troubleshoot problems when they arise.
Automated network asset discovery and documentation process.
When Evo2 Router is installed, the router automatically discovers all the assets on the vessel’s network, imports and documents them in the network asset management platform. This automated process eliminates the need for IT managers to manually record each asset, saving them a significant amount of time and effort.
IACS has recently released new Unified Requirements, E26 and E27, for cyber security. These requirements are founded on the guidelines provided in IMO’s RESOLUTION MSC.429(98)/Rev.1 and MSC-FAL.1/Circ.3/Rev.1. The introduction of these new requirements offers a consistent approach for implementing cyber resiliency in the maritime industry. While these requirements are not obligatory for vessels already in operation, shipowners are advised to consider adopting them to enhance the operational cyber resiliency of their existing fleets. This will aid in better preparation for the 1st January 2024 deadline and facilitate easier adaptation for new constructions, ensuring long-term maintenance across the entire fleet.
Being Class Approved, MarPoint has leveraged its expertise in providing a secure communication platform for maritime terminals onboard ships from onshore offices to develop security features specifically aimed at ensuring cyber resilience at sea.
Add images, documentation, manuals etc. of your vessels’ assets.