MariApps’ smartOps digital solutions are equipped with tools to achieve better efficiency on all relevant fronts of fleet performance, emissions, and voyage tracking. With an in-house Fleet Performance Centre (FPC), round-the-clock operations, digital support, and the ability to stream your sensor data to the FPC are provided to our customers. These fleet performance modules also review vessel operations against the model of vessels and equipment based on design/model/trial data to indicate the key performance indices of vessels and their equipment. Alerts for proximity to special areas based on set distance and against deviation on planned route and speed profiles mentioned in ECDIS route file or a charterer recommended route file is available from the platform.
smartVoyage provides our customers with tools to comply with carbon reducing initiatives set by class and/or several regulatory bodies. To achieve this, ship managers and owners need means to improve efficiency on the vessels’ hull, propeller, main propulsion engine , power plant, and boilers. Energy efficiency can improve your fleet performance considerably when a concrete voyage plan for the anticipated weather and planned route.
In addition, our fleet performance solution enables continuous monitoring and re-planning during voyage. MariApps provides tools for the captain of the vessel to plan energy efficient and organized voyages with continuous updates of weather forecasts and updates provided every 2 hours to the vessels en route. Voyage planning is critical in reducing the fuel consumption and emissions.
smartVoyage planner helps evaluate various historical routes or a new route planned on ECDIS available onboard for berth-to-berth passage, determining the most optimal route for the voyage considering forecasted weather en route. Historical telemetry data of the vessel and machine learning algorithms are analyzed in addition to the digital twin to arrive at accurate estimates. Once it ensures that the operational targets and constraints fleet performance are met,
smartVoyage planner helps vessel managers to minimize emissions and the fuel consumption during the voyage. Plans to integrate port weather and congestion information in real-time help forewarn vessels and charterers that the vessel could have a different time of arrival and also save fuel as we get more charterers onboard.
Real-time analysis based on auto logged data
Synchronize passage plan with ECDIS
Optimization based on weather and fuel consumption, with alternative route suggestions
ETA and fuel consumption prediction with >95% accuracy based on digital twin & machine learning
Effect of ship’s current hull fouling condition considered
Weather forecasting with animation
Play back functionality to review hindcast weather observations for completed voyages
Weather and navigational area alerts
Detailed voyage summary reports
With smartPerformance, operational data is collected through vessel manual reporting and telemetry and processed through algorithms that helps evaluate fleet performance/efficiency during vessel operations. The smartPerformance system generates alerts for vessels directly and its managers ashore with the insights from the data collected.
A remote Vessel Operating Center(VOC), which can give alerts related to vessel operations focused on fleet performance, consumption, emissions, and maintenance can be set up for all customers. Alongside, a team from the VOC will collaborate with your superintendent and fleet managers. This will help in real-time coordinated action required and emphasize focus on efficient operations of your ship and equipment and well-informed voyage planning, maintenance, and procurement planning.
smartPerformance solutions uses machine learning algorithms on the telemetry and weather data in hindsight and model your vessels’ operations. Operations are reviewed against the model of your vessels and equipment based on design/model/trial data to indicate the key fleet performance indices of your vessel and its equipment. This analysis will also help to predict and advise speed, power, and RPM profile that your vessels should follow to minimize fuel consumption. It will also help compare different route options available and choose the most efficient one with the speed profiles saving fuel and reducing emissions.
Telemetry or manual vessel reporting powers onboard and ashore analytics
Live feed of performance data points from telemetry
Real-time alerts in vessel module for low KPI
Summary and voyage play back for every voyage
Back-office view of voyage execution.
Predictive analytics empowered by machine learning
Dynamic SCOC target-based on fuel and lubricant in use, tailored to the ship’s exact engine
Daily CP performance tracking
Telemetry health check status for monitoring
Continuous benchmarking of ship against its own tailored digital twin
High frequency condition monitoring supported by long-term trend analysis
Engine fault diagnostics delivers actionable insights through prescriptive analytics
Engine performance analysis supporting 2 & 4 stroke models, including dual fuel
Power management through monitoring of auxiliary engine and boiler utilization
smartAlertEngine monitors and flashes alerts/data points that indicate fleet performance to highlight immediate attention to issues, eliminating the need to go through multiple pages before finding complications. Since a vessel’s success depends on a multitude of factors, smartAlertEngine provides an efficient way to keep track of all the data points that are necessary for determining how well the vessel is performing. MariApps’ smartAlertEngine system is designed to keep ship owners up to date with the latest information. Alerts will be sent as soon as potential problems arise, and escalating alerts can be set for any specific vessel or fleet.
The input comes from manual reports received through smartAlertEngine’s automated interfaces; it also has data inputs by telemetry systems compiled at synoptic times in order to identify deviations from analytical engine outputs or operational issues observed based on previous runtimes of those engines which may have been missed due to a lack of alerting capability within one system alone (for example: an electronic engineering problem).
alerts for deviations output from analytical engine or vessel operation issues identified.