StormGeo adds Raytheon Anschütz eLog to software range

StormGeo, owned by Alfa Laval, is to add an electronic logbook offering to its software portfolio with the support of Raytheon Anschütz, a manufacturer of navigation and bridge systems, with Anschütz’s eLog system to be integrated into StormGeo’s s-Suite range.

“Adding electronic logbooks to the s-Suite helps ship operators, managers, and owners stay compliant, increase transparency between onshore and vessel, and support a ‘completely paperless’ ship governance strategy,” said Espen Martinsen, Executive Vice President Sales at StormGeo.

The eLog provides evidence of the activity of the ship’s command and crew in a secure digital format, recording all critical issues relating to ship operations, such as navigational, machinery, and safety-related information.

The system features automatic and manual data entries, which are digitally signed and stored using blockchain technology. Authorised users have data access to perform analysis and export the data as required.

“Our eLog fits perfectly into StormGeo’s portfolio,” said Volker Wenzel, Technical Marketing Manager at Anschütz.

“On the way to complete the paperless vessel’s operation, electronic logbooks are of great importance. The eLog enables the transition of a formerly manual and error-prone process into a seamless, single source process chain for maritime data.”

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