Access every data point in your fleet in real-time
The Vessel API makes accessing data as easy as possible, and positions you at the centerpoint of all data from every sensor, system, machine, and crew member, everywhere in the world.
Everything you need to know can be found in the API itself. The types of data you can collect, queries and mutations you can make, all in a format that both humans and machines can understand and anyone with a little training can learn. Check out the Vessel API here.
Our integration with Onboard is the easiest and fastest integration that I've worked on. The choice of GraphQL is great because it means the API is essentially self-documenting, and that really high-quality interactive documentation means you can be almost certain that whatever you've coded will work before you even hit send.
Automate your fleet planning and billing processes
Once you have integrated your planning and billing tools with Onboard, scheduled voyages will pop up on the captain's tablet on the vessel moments after they are created.
With these insights, you have complete visibility over the state of your fleet, with real-time updates of in-progress voyages. You can share this information with your supply chain partners to synchronize activities and work better together. Or you can do other things, such as use the detailed collected voyage data to automate your billing processes, or report on the carbon footprint of each voyage.
Deliver digital transformation and innovate faster
Working together using APIs incredible innovation is possible and it's transforming businesses the world over. It’s time for the maritime industry to get on board! What you discover, and how you use that information, really is limited only by your imagination.
Introducing the GraphQL standard
The powerful and flexible GraphQL standard that is used for the Vessel API helps you reduce integration and IT costs.
Faster app development
There is only one endpoint which simplifies data fetching. It’s self-documenting, and has autocomplete and syntax validation.
No more breaking changes
The API evolves over time so there are no versions. You can iterate quickly without waiting for new backend endpoints.