Veracity is an industry data platform and ecosystem developed by DNV company to connect providers and consumers of digital services and data in the maritime, oil and gas, energy, and other industries.
Thanks to our flexible input APIs, Clarify can be easily connected to Veracity, providing a cost-efficient and simple way of getting value from the time series IoT data sent to the platform.
Clarify makes it easy to visualize time series data from your IoT network, access it on web and mobile devices, as well as sharing data to other people. With Clarify, your organization can focus on key business goals instead of configuring dashboards or developing expensive custom solutions.
DNV (formerly DNV GL) is an international accredited registrar and classification society that provides services for a number of industries including food and beverage, maritime, oil and gas, renewable energy, electrification, and healthcare. Modern-day DNV was formed as a result of merger between DNV and GL, two companies with more than 150-year history each.
Based in Høvik, Norway, DNV has around 350 offices operating in more than 100 countries, and employs over 12,000 staff members. The company traces its history back to 1864, when Det Norske Veritas (DNV) was established as an organization that would head technical inspection and evaluation of Norwegian merchant vessels.
Germanischer Lloyd company was established in 1867 in Hamburg, Germany, by a group of 600 ship owners, ship builders and insurers to serve similar purposes to DNV in Norway.
In 2013, DNV and GL merged to form DNV GL. In March 2021, DNV GL changed its name to DNV. Prior to the merger, DNV and GL independently had acquired a number of companies in various sectors. These acquisitions include KEMA (Netherlands), Hélimax Energy (Canada), Garrad Hassan (UK), and Windtest (Germany).
DNV is known as the largest in the world maritime classification society, providing services for 13,175 vessels and mobile offshore units (MOUs), which is estimated to represent 21% of the global market.
DNV is also considered to be the largest technical consultancy and supervisory to the global renewable energy (solar, wind, wave, and tidal) and oil and gas industries. And a key player in strategic innovation and risk management in multiple other industries including electric power generation and distribution, IT, software, petrochemicals, aviation, automotive, finance, food and beverage, and healthcare. Around 65% of the world's offshore pipelines are designed and installed in accordance with DNV's technical standards.
Veracity is an open industry assurance and data platform that combines various cyber security and software solutions for companies across industries, including maritime, energy and healthcare. According to the developers, Veracity has over 230,000 users from thousands of companies and 1,500 developers on the platform, supporting around 1.8 million subscriptions and more than 300 services in operation.
The Veracity platform incorporates multiple components. It maintains an open marketplace for the providers and consumers of industrial solutions and provides users with a number of software products. Veracity’s software products include Veracity Deep Search (a smart API that makes images and texts indexed and searchable across all containers in real time), Veracity Connected (a mobile app for remote access to all data and services), Veracity Asset Connect (provides asset master data as a service), Veracity Adapter for Power BI (a tool for sharing Power BI reports without the end users needing a Power BI licence or having to install software), OceanSign (an e-sign solution for the maritime industry), and Veracity Data Fabric (a secure data management space that supports both cloud and on-premise systems).
Veracity Data Fabric allows users to collect various kinds of information from their solutions connected to the Veracity platform and provides secure sharing mechanisms for safe export of datasets to third-party software.