Siren Marine: Introducing the Connected Boat Platform

Your Boat Needs an App

We are excited to officially announce the Connected Boat Platform. Our mission has always been to deliver the modern boating experience but now OEMs are able to enhance every aspect of the boating experience – through app connectivity in the palm of your customer’s hand.

Customers demand connectivity

Everything in our world is connected… except your boat. As customers connect every aspect of their lives, we know connectivity is vital to the marine industry.

Our Connected Boat Platform technology

From the NMEA2000 backbone to CZone integration, from engine manufacturer data to starting your SeaKeeper, more than a decade of rigorous R&D brings all these critical marine systems into one manageable platform.

White Label Program

Your boat deserves a branded app and now you can have one. Imagine customized technology that connects your customers to your boat brand. See how it works by watching a demo here.

Enhance your sales and cross the last mile

We have every customer touchpoint covered – from the initial marketing materials to closing the sale checklists, financing options and initializing the subscription – we know your sales processes and have designed our program specifically for it.

Data drives consumer value and revenue

Your boat’s data not only gives customers peace of mind but our platform data will enhance customer lifetime value. Build us into warranty offers and/or feed data to marina service yards; data informs performance while generating service revenue opportunities.

Come see us at the Miami International Boat Show

At Siren Marine, our vision is a fully connected marine industry and boating experience, built on innovative IoT technology utilizing hardware, software, cloud computing, service enablement and mobile applications to fully integrate the Connected Boat®.

We are excited about this announcement and we hope you want to learn more. Please come visit us at MIBS in Booth C640 to speak with our team and learn about the Connected Boat. You can also contact Jeffrey Poole at or Phil Gaynor at for more information.

If you’d like to learn more about Siren Marine and how our technology has been helping boating enthusiasts of all kinds to worry less and boat more please click the learn more button.

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4 Responses

  1. Ben Ellison Ben Ellison says:

    I know that this announcement is aimed at boatbuilders, but it speaks to two important trends. One — as I mentioned my personal monitoring saga today ( ) — I think we’ll see more and more monitoring built into new boats.

    Two, as electronics integrate tightly into new boats, the familiar brand names will submerge to some extent. I like the way Siren’s form of “white labeling” where the builder gets the dominant icon branding but interested customers will still know it’s a Siren system at work.

    But it won’t always work like that. In fact, perhaps the most innovative electronics in Miami will be introduced by boatbuilders and they aren’t necessarily motivated to make a big deal about it because one of the main concepts is that the electronics are simply there, part of the whole boat. But Ben Stein is on the case!

  2. James Hunt says:

    Hi Ben, Do you have any more information regarding NMEA 2000 & Czone integration with the Siren MTC? Do you think this will be an update to the current hardware or a new device?

    • Ben Ellison Ben Ellison says:

      Hi James, I did see the CZone integration briefly demoed at the NMEA Conference along with a prototype N2K update to the existing MTC, but it doesn’t seem to official yet — at least, not on Siren’s website — and there may be a new version of the MTC coming out instead. Sorry to be vague but I returned my test MTC last fall and was not at the Miami Show.

      My experience with that MTC was quite good all the way from Rockland to New Bern, NC and back. But the cell connection doesn’t work here in Camden (8 miles north of Rockland) due to a very unusual service provider situation. I also saw impressive results from several of the Siren wireless sensors but apparently there have been some problems in certain situations and it looks like they are currently off the market.

      • James Hunt says:

        Ben, Thanks for the reply. I currently have the MTC installed and find it a very useful and its great at putting the mind at ease, knowing that shore power is connected etc etc.
        I suppose we’ll just have to wait and see what this N2K & CZone is all about. Cheers.James

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