Inefficient energy utilization is intolerable amongst ship operators and regulatory authorities, especially in the current era. When the condition of a ship’s hull and or propeller-s degrades, to maintain speed, there is a need for more power thus more fuel. A byproduct of the increased fuel consumption is increased Green House Gas emissions that are strictly regulated by international authorities. In the present paper Ship Performance Monitor (SPM), monitoring software used to test hypotheses about ISO 19030 application to the industry.
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- https://www.hoglund.no/solutions/marine-automation/ship-performance-monitor-spm Høglund SPM All rights reserved, complies to EU MRV regulation 2015/757. Our software is certified by Verifavia as an EU MRV IT System and is compatible with Tethis MRV platform requirements. Høglund SPM is also certified as an IT system for IMO DCS reports.