Anschütz updates electronic logbook capabilities

Anschütz has updated its electronic logbook system for vessels, adding new functions to widen the software’s data management capabilities.

Among the new features is a file upload service that enables the upload of bunker receipts to its blockchain-based storage system, as well as a new interface to the FleetMon service to allow the electronic logbook (eLog) to present AIS targets within the ship’s surrounding area, in real time or retrospectively.

Beyond these new features, the eLog extends the existing data from the deck logbook and bell book with an additional Engine Logbook, Oil Record Book, Garbage Record Book, and Harbour Towage Book.

“The Anschütz eLog provides the shipowner with compliant, approved and high-quality data,” said Volker Wenzel, Technical Marketing Manager for Anschütz.

“The further development of functions and books in eLog brings us closer to our vision of creating a central ship-based data source for a transparent and consistent maritime data stream.”

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