Accelleron and Furuno embark on digital cooperation

Press release | Baden, Switzerland | Mar 25, 2024

Furuno and Accelleron’s joint venture company Turbo Systems United signed a memorandum of understanding on digital activities
  • Mutual promotion to simplify access to turbocharger and engine optimisation solutions and digitally enabled services
  • Furuno cloud-to-cloud connectivity to support Accelleron digital solutions in key shipbuilding market
  • First agreement of its kind in Japan to deliver seamless and automated connectivity for Accelleron

Accelleron’s Japanese joint venture company Turbo Systems United has signed a memorandum of understanding with marine systems provider Furuno Electric Co to cooperate in digital activities. The agreement, the first of its kind for the Accelleron group in Japan, will dramatically improve access to optimization solutions and digitally enabled services in one of the world’s most important shipbuilding markets.

Furuno has a leading position in the supply of marine radar systems, with more than 40% market share in the global merchant fleet, as well as delivering a range of other electronic equipment. Under the agreement, the company will promote and enable the use of Accelleron digital solutions through its Furuno Open Platform connectivity solution.

Furuno General Manager, Digitalization Promotion Department Keisuke Kitamura said:

“In recent years, value creation through co-creation and collaborative activities by companies from different industries has been progressing in the shipping industry. Through this collaboration, the two companies will make maximum use of their strengths and knowledge to provide data insights to the customers.”

Accelleron’s digital solutions include Tekomar XPERT engine optimization, which can be used to improve performance of any engine and is currently installed on more than 2,400 vessels, covering around 9,700 engines. Turbo MarineCare is a data-enabled service agreement for Accelleron turbochargers offering financial predictability through fixed maintenance costs and a continuous warranty on standard overhaul parts, wear and tear parts and labor. 

The solutions are designed for platform-neutral connectivity, helping customers to reduce engine- and turbocharger related maintenance demand and cost as well as lowering fuel consumption and emissions. Partnerships with other system providers reduce the complexity of applying digital solutions and can unlock added functionality, further helping ship operators to improve efficiency.

Turbo Systems United Executive Director, Senior Vice President, and Head of New Product Sales Yoshimasa Wakasa said:

“The synergy between Accelleron’s digital solutions and Furuno's open platform will help customers of both companies to find greater value from their data, supporting their decarbonization efforts and improving operational efficiency. We are pleased to strengthen our collaboration with Furuno through this agreement.”

Press releases

Accelleron’s OMT to acquire OMC2 to expand production capacity

  • Corporate press release
  • Jul 1, 2024

Accelleron announced that OMT has entered into an agreement to acquire O.M.C. 2 Diesel S.p.A (“OMC2”).

O.M.C. 2 Diesel S.p.A (“OMC2”).

Höegh Autoliners secures fuel savings and long-term CII compliance with Accelleron and Hanwha engine part-load optimization

  • Press release
  • Jun 25, 2024

Hanwha and Accelleron have performed an engine part load optimization (EPLO) for Höegh Autoliners supporting long-term energy efficiency for its 7,850 CEU (Car Equivalent Units) car carrier Höegh Detroit.

Accelleron signs unique Turbo LifecycleCare service contract with power utility WEB Aruba N.V.

Accelleron signs long-term service agreement with Grandi Navi Veloci covering more than 100 turbochargers

  • Press release
  • Jun 10, 2024

Accelleron has signed a Turbo LifecycleCare service agreement with Grandi Navi Veloci (GNV), an Italian shipping company specializing in coastal navigation and passenger transport in the Mediterranean.

Grandi Navi Veloci (GNV) - La Suprema

We’re here to help.

If you would like to speak to a member of our Media team, please get in touch.