A unique solution for the management and monitoring of marine operations. The solution allows you to reduce fuel consumption, CO 2 emissions , increase profitability and safety on one ship or on the whole fleet of ships.
Why is this relevant?
The high demands of the fast-paced world for the global marine industry have made focusing on fleet performance one of the few ways to increase the profitability and competitiveness of a business. This is what caused the sharp increase in demand for a monitoring system for sea and river transport.
The need to reduce fuel costs
Over the past few years, the price of fuel has grown by 200%, and this trend continues. In order to be able to reduce such a significant operational cost of water transport, it is necessary to know the exact amount of fuel consumed by each vessel, and then use this data to develop a way to achieve optimal savings.
CO 2 EMISSIONS
The need to comply with stringent CO2 regulations
Since October 2013, every ship visiting the French coast has to report its CO 2 emissions . Shipowners around the world will soon be faced with increased regulatory requirements for monitoring, reporting and reducing emissions of CO 2 , NO x , SO x and other environmentally harmful substances.
The active supply of new vessels to the oversaturated market, combined with a weak global economy, provoked a drop in freight and charter rates. To maintain an optimal level of profitability, customers should be able to reduce operating costs.
The need to ensure transparency of operations for stakeholders
Shipowners, charterers, investors, insurance companies and suppliers are increasingly demanding evidence of environmental and operational efficiency commitments when making contractual decisions. Ship operators should be able to provide verified results.
The need to reduce fuel costs is a factor that significantly increases the workload of shipowners and operators around the world. To be able to reduce operating costs, stakeholders should be able to measure the amount of fuel consumed by each vessel. These data are fundamental to understanding how to achieve fuel economy for ships and voyages.
Rating schemes and rewards
Leading ports use independently developed rating systems to evaluate energy efficiency and reward the most economical vessels. The industry is growing in its desire to reward the efforts of leading owners and operators who are reaching a level that exceeds compliance with existing requirements in order to turn environmental factors into competitive advantages.
Control and monitoring solution for sea and river transport
Monitoring and control
The system allows you to evaluate, conduct constant monitoring and predict changes in the condition of the vessel. Analysis of the obtained data allows you to make adjustments to the operation of the vessel in order to increase the efficiency of its operation.
The solution makes it possible to timely determine malfunctions in the operation of the vessel. Rapid trouble alerts prevent the need for large repair costs.