Leading the way to performance excellence of your vessels
Through analysis of operational data, we help improve your fleet efficiency, reduce the fuel cost and save CO2
We drive towards intelligence and digitalization in ship operations in the future
Through various cooperation research projects, we try to optimize our baselines and methods based on theoretical investigations and data analysis.
We are flexible to adopt our service to the client’s reporting system and provide customized solutions for their requirements.
Our web based platform gives access to performance analysis of your fleet, organized to easily generate an overview of your fleet, with the ability to drill down to individual vessels.
Our Key Features
Data collection, integration and validation
Noon and Autolog import
Interfaces (VESON, WNI, SPOS, ...)
Hull and propeller
Speed and consumption
Auxiliary engines and boilers
Regulatory compliance (MRV, IMO-DCS)
Charter party compliance
Maps and voyage plans
Through various cooperation research projects, we try to optimize and update our baselines and methods based on theoretical investigations and data analysis.
A non-profit innovation and project collaboration for the partners in the Blue Denmark. With the launch of ShippingLab, the Danish maritime community initiates an ambitious platform for maritime research, development and innovation.
EU decarbonization of shipping
Technical study on the future of the Ship Energy Efficiency Design Index
Funded as a Eurostar project is a joint program between EUREKA and the European Commission, co-funded from the national budgets of 36 Eurostar’s Participating States and Partner Countries and by the European Union through Horizon 2020.
Clients & co-operation partners are
Ship operators & Managers that needs support for performance analysis and performance management. Our tools for analysis are also possible to integrate into any type of ship performance system, so other potential clients are system providers that offer services related to data collection and analysis.