Adrena is a company that specialises in the production of navigation software and performance analysis software. Founded in 2003, Adrena is located near to Nantes, in France.
Adrena provides sailors with three ranges of software (First, Standard and Pro), which are suitable for both leisure cruisers and high profile racers alike. It supports sail racers from start to finish, providing tactical decision-making tools adapted to their particular needs, including the downloading of GRIB weather files, performance analysis, routing, etc.
Always at the cutting edge of innovation, Adrena employs a passionate team who have continually perfected the software so that it responds to the demands of top-level sailing, and also ensures safe navigation.
Within a matter of years, ADRENA became the French market leader for software for regatta sailing and ocean racing. The company, which supplies 100% of Vendée Globe and Volvo Ocean Race skippers, has never stopped developing, perfecting and diversifying its products.
In 2009, ADRENA was chosen as supplier for the Planet Solar project - the first round-the-world event using solar energy - developing solar routing especially for this. This can calculate the most efficient routes in terms of energy, based on sun predictions, the boat's intrinsic parameters and the vessel's performance factors.
In 2014, ADRENA decided to diversify its portfolio by using its route optimisation and performance analysis expertise to target the shipping sector. This marked the launch of AdrenaShip software.
This software provides marine transport professionals with a navigation decision-making tool based on innovative routing features.
AdrenaShip improves the reliability and control over the ETA, reduces fuel consumption and operating costs, supports compliance with the SEEMP and increases safety at sea.
AdrenaShip address all sectors of marine navigation - cargo, ferry, tanker, LNG, fishing, offshore operations, cruise operators, super yachts, etc.
AdrenaShip not only takes account of the restrictions specific to each sector (dangers due to type of cargo, type of propulsion, etc.), but also considers marine navigation regulations (traffic regulation zones, type of fuel, etc.)