IoS-OP(Internet of Ships Open Platform)

IoS-OP is a universal platform consisting of rules established in the maritime industry and a data center. It was developed in order to enable the sharing of vessel operational data between stakeholders, the sale of usage rights to shipyards and manufacturers, and many other services without data providers losing profit. IoS-OP strives to make data distribution a cooperative domain focusing on competitive domains such as data-driven innovation and the development of new services. By pursuing new business models and general business improvement, we hope to create opportunities for a new maritime cluster in the digital age that will continue into the next generation.

IoS-OP Terms of Use

The IoS-OP Terms of Use consists of basic agreements that all IoS-OP users must follow, and agreements between each stakeholder. Models of user privilege settings and applicable guidelines for various cases are also available to help facilitate the organization of data ownership rights.


IoS-OP Consortium

Along with opportunities for discussion regarding data distribution and its rule establishment, maintenance, and scope of use, the consortium managed by ShipDC members provides participants with access to business matching and test beds. It enables opportunities for business development and further innovation through participation in the future establishment of guidelines and policies, and the gathering of information on vessel IoT/digitalization.


IoS-OP Service

Storing the operational data of vessels onshore in a secure data center, we provide an infrastructure in which necessary data can be accessed at any time. Access-controlled data sharing and the orderly distribution of stored data are made possible by using this service based on IoS-OP.



25 February
First IoS-OP platform provider was registered
23 January
Upcoming seminar about digital transformation in the maritime industry
21 December
IoS-OP Consortium now has 54 member companies
30 November
3rd plenary meeting of ShipDC member organization “IoS-OP Consortium” was held
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