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Online Energy Efficiency Management and emission reporting for ships

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Coordinator Lean Marine Sweden AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 1 600 000
Project duration April 2017 - July 2018
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

The project - Online Energy Efficiency Management and emission reporting for ships has been planned and executed according to specification. Lean Marine has, within the scope of the project, developed the foundation for gathering and reporting of information from vessels in an efficient and automated fashion. The project has given Lean Marine the ability to meet the existing requirements for emissions and energy reporting. The platform developed has given Lean Marine a good position for continuous growth.

Expected results and effects

Lean Marine has analysed, defined and developed a product and service that supports a market implementation of an online tool for energy efficiency development and emission reporting within the Marine segment. ShipSense has been developed as a support system gathering information from the vessel. Fleet Analytics is the receiving online tool where the users can report and analyse its vessels. The reporting corresponds to the existing requirements and the analysing capabilities gives the owners the ability to conduct continuous improvement to decrease the environmental footprint.

Planned approach and implementation

Lean Marine has been the project sponsor and manager throughout the complete project. Where resources or competence necessary outside of Lean Marine external consultants has been utilized to maximize the result. The models used has been different for ShipSense and Fleet Analytics. Due to the characteristics of ShipSense whe waterfall model was used and a more agile model has been used for Fleet Analytics.

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Last updated 20 August 2019

Reference number 2017-00924

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