ZF and Rolls-Royce are developing and testing a new electronic monitoring system for ships to help reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
DOF, SINTEF Ocean and NORCE have formed a partnership with Kongsberg Maritime to reduce fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions for complex offshore operations, while streamlining fleet-wide maintenance.
India-based Orion Marine Concepts has launched a fleet management application, NAU Fleet Performance, to improve efficiency, lower operational costs and cut emissions.
French ferry operator La Méridionale is progressing with the digitalisation of its fleet in partnership with Eniram, a Wärtsilä company, having implemented Eniram’s range of energy management technology to more efficiently use its resources and reduce its impact on the environment.
Maritime software provider MESPAS has released the latest update to its fleet management application, adding new features specifically designed to assist safety and quality managers.
The Korean Register (KR) and Swiss Climate EcoCare have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to work together in the provision of IMO DCS (International Maritime Organization, Data Collection System) services for the maritime industry.
Classification society ClassNK has released a new software system for the reporting, monitoring and verification of shipping CO2 emissions in line with the IMO DCS regulations that will come into effect in 2019, an addition to its existing ClassNK MRV Portal.
ChartCo has announced the launch of a new e-navigation and compliance platform called OneOcean, incorporating data from its existing environmental management systems to help crew plan the handling of waste and minimise the risk of a faulty discharge, as well as integrating its passage planning and document management applications.
Diesel power company Royston has developed a new ecospeed analysis capability for its enginei electronic fuel management system (EFMS), used to identify and maintain optimum vessel speeds for efficient fuel usage.
MSC Cruises has announced a deal with Total Marine Solutions to roll out the Ocean Guardian environmental compliance management software system across all ships in its fleet, following the successful completion of shipboard trials.
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