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Siren Marine’s Mission & Vision
To continually transform the modern boating experience through innovative IoT Connected Boat® technology.
To inspire, support and lead a fully connected and service-enabled marine industry, driven by data, utilizing proprietary hardware, software, cloud computing and IoT applications.
Where We Started
The genesis of Siren Marine stemmed from CEO and Founder Captain Daniel Harper's realization that most of the significant problems that occur on boats start small and continue to manifest when left unattended. Harper’s solution was to develop a cellular-based device that would be connected to the boat's bilge and battery, and would "text" him on-shore if a critical event occurred. Following the success of the early prototypes, Harper set out to make his groundbreaking product available to the world. This marked the start of Siren Marine in 2011.
How Far We’ve Come
Siren Marine is now leading the Connected Boat® revolution. Driven by cutting edge technology & engineering excellence, the company grew from a small team operation to a comprehensive business organization which now offers marine IoT products that are unrivaled in the marketplace. Siren's technology provides boaters peace of mind through real-time data & critical alerts to help them know that their boats are safe & secure – or that they're not. Smart boat monitoring allows boaters to stay connected anytime, anywhere – so they can focus on enjoying their boats, not worrying about them.
Siren Marine's Connected Boat® technology also puts actionable data at the fingertips of boat dealers, OEMs/boat builders, fleet operators, service providers and other marine businesses. The goal is to use technology to create a truly connected marine industry – one in which data is used to make the boating experience safer, more efficient and even more enjoyable.