Maritime software company Oceanly has introduced its new ShaPoLi (Shaft Power Limitation) system, used to monitor vessel speed and suggest engine power adjustments to meet emissions goals.
This system is designed to assist vessel crews in keeping engine power below EEXI (Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index) limits by creating an alarm when specific levels are met.
If the vessel operator decides that extra power is required under specific circumstances, the system logs these events so they can be used as evidence for reports to IMO or provided to inspection crews from various authorities, creating a real-time monitoring and reporting mechanism that proactively manages compliance.
Software start-up Oceanly has recently agreed deals for its flagship Performance application with customers including MSC Cruises and Columbia Shipmanagement. That system can now be supplemented by its ShaPoLi technology to allow operators to constantly monitor and analyse the performance of their ship while staying within emissions limits.