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Ferretti exclusively adopts the Watchit anti-collision system

Collision and grounding are a major concern for every captain and every sailor. To further improve safety on its boats, Ferretti Group, world leader in the design, construction and sale of motor and pleasure yachts, has announced that it will adopt the innovative “Watchit” system, patented by Aqua Marina Tech, an Israeli company that develops and provides cutting-edge technological solutions for lifesaving nautical innovation.

The innovation of “Watchit” is unique in its kind, it is in fact a patented technology, designed to warn the captain of any danger in the water or the risk of collision. The solution simultaneously uses data from existing boat sensors and map data which, thanks to artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms, are able to constantly assess the risk of a boat collision, providing real-time alerts to prevent accidents at sea.

“Safety, which means serenity and relaxation, is one of the reasons for the success of our boats. “Watchit” is a highly innovative system that Ferretti Group will adopt exclusively, confirming once again that it is one step ahead of everyone in terms of the quality of the navigation experience. ” – declared the lawyer Alberto Galassi, CEO of Ferretti Group – “With this new technology, in fact, the owners, captains and sailors of our fleet know they can count on an unrivaled safety standard.”

 “We are very happy that Ferretti Group yachts are the first to install our ‘Watchit’ technology.” – Commented Amir Eyal, founder of Aqua Marina Tech – “We have decided to take on this challenge to leave a mark in the nautical sector, making navigation more enjoyable, reducing unnecessary and costly damage, and above all increasing safety standards to save lives. at sea.”

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