Welcome to ScanReach
ScanReach is a Maritime IoT company based in Bergen, Norway. Over the last four years we have developed a wireless connectivity platform enabling personnel and asset control in complex and confined steel environments.
A major barrier for digital innovation within the maritime and offshore industry has been removed and paving the way for addressing problems and needs in new ways.
Developed in close cooperation with the industry
ScanReach is located on the west coast of Norway, close to some of the harshest environments in the world.
Our technology and solutions have been developed and thoroughly tested in these demanding environments in close cooperation with the Royal Norwegian Navy and the maritime and offshore industry.
Life saving Technology
We are dedicated to using our wireless sensor technology to increase personnel safety and ultimately save lives.
Based on our breakthrough technology, we will launch In:Range and In:Connect to the maritime and offshore industries in 2018.
Delivering an instant overview of on-board personnel, allowing immediate and high precision rescue team involvement.
Enabling easy data harvesting and transfer in confined steel environments, such as on-board ships and rigs.
A strong team
Through wireless, smart IoT technology our main goal is to develop life-saving technology for the maritime and offshore industries.
To enable this, ScanReach has gathered a highly dedicated senior team with relevant experience within the following key areas:
– Digitization & Software development
– Industrial design & UX
– IoT & Wireless sensor technology
– Naval architecture & marine technology
– Maritime and offshore engineering management
– Maritime and offshore emergency response team management
– HSE, Risk and Quality management
– Internationalization & Business development
Scanreach has developed its technology and solutions in close cooperation with industry leaders and experts. We have instigated a collaborative process whereby clients, end users, digital experts and leaders in maritime safety work together to gain a complete understanding of primary needs and digital possibilities.
For this reason we established an advisory board in 2015 consisting of the following organisations:
– Royal Norwegian Navy
– North Sea Shipping