Ship monitoring system SPM

ship monitoring system
ship monitoring system
ship monitoring system
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for ships


Fuel is the single largest operational cost of running a vessel. Fuel costs are rising dramatically, and the key question occupying ship-owners, ship managers and charterers alike is; “In a competitive market how do we reduce the running costs of the vessels we operate while maintaining the level of service to our customer?" Our systems are modular in concept to enable all ship system configurations to be accommodated and for systems to be upgraded. Interfaces are used to link with all applicable on-board systems. The SPM-level 1 provides ship-operators with the tools to develop and maintain a strategy under the mandatory SEEMP as well as achieve real savings to remain competitive. Features Reduces fuel costs of up to 3% Reduces emissions Calculation of EEOI Proactive administration of mandatory SEEMP and other company specific KPIs Increased vessel efficiency through continuous crew awareness of efficiency and potential for wastage Data transmission via ship IT network for onshore monitoring & reporting for fleet management teams Data transmission to Trelleborg Marine & Infrastructure for on-going analysis and troubleshooting of efficiency issues Applications ⮚ On-board monitoring of ship performance ⮚ Real time performance comparisons ⮚ Remote data transmission to shore based fleet management teams Taking data inputs from fuel mass flow. shaft power, draught, trim, auxiliary machinery energy consumption and output, machinery configuration and water depth as well as manual estimâtes of hull fouling. fuel bunker quality etc, the System continuously calculâtes machinery and hull efficiency. These are compared with a baseline model reference.


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