Our onshore web modules collect all data onboard and formats it into various forms and reports (e.g., emissions reports, charter party reports) for better transparency and compliance. Our solutions include our Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) dashboard which uses our data tools to help you improve your fleet’s CII ratings. Our eLogbook reporting tool enables the digital logging of operational records onboard of vessels.
Providing a smart reporting tool that captures all the required data for performance and compliance, including MRV, therefore providing data calculations for EUA. Use Smartlog noon reports to predict output for MRV/DCS compliance. Using one data stream provides consistency and data quality to ensure less hassle in data handling for compliance.
Wärtsilä SmartLog is an onboard mobile app that processes the data extracted directly from an ECDIS and connected digital data services. The app streamlines reporting reducing the administrative burden on the crew.
The first step towards managing your fleet’s CII compliance is having full visibility of how each vessel is performing right now. With FOS, you can quickly see which vessels are performing well or at risk of too low ratings, along with the timeline of your fleet’s CII projected progression.
Our eLogbook system enables the digital logging of operational records onboard of vessels. It is a robust and trustworthy alternative to replace traditional paper logbooks in an audit-proof manner. This way, the company’s Quality Management processes get supported by collecting accurate and complete data sets.
FOS brings vessel, manager, operator, and port together on a transparent, collaborative platform to control the whole voyage while fostering safety, awareness, and efficiency. Learn how FOS can take your voyage planning to the next-level – Check out this video.
Managing and analysing data is a skillset that is still emerging within maritime, despite the industry generating vast amounts of data from different sources every day, with even short voyages producing billions of data points. Knowing how to use that information to identify efficiencies or improve performance is still beyond the capabilities of most organisations.