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Top 5 superyacht technology trends of the future

Top 5 superyacht technology trends of the future

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Systems redundancy

Of course all of these bold innovations are liable to fail at some point, leaving the crew to pick up the pieces. It’s for this reason that Videoworks is predicting a rise in technical redundancy.

“We’re seeing more demands for redundant systems on board yachts,” Stimilli remarks. “This means that when the primary server breaks down, everything continues working because it’s been doubled up. Exactly like a back-up generator. It’s very new as a concept and means cost savings so a technician doesn’t need to fly from the Caribbean to Ancona just to get a spare part.”

Photo: Carlo Borlenghi

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