Ascenz Marorka opens real-time fleet monitoring centre

Ascenz Marorka has opened a new Real-Time Fleet Performance Monitoring Centre, to support ship owners, charterers and managers in continuously monitoring and optimising vessel performance through real-time data-driven decision making.

The centre is staffed by a team with experience in maritime navigation, meteorology, vessel performance management, LNG operations and offshore operations, to deliver a broad overview of fleet activities.

Among the services offered by the centre will be Weather & E-Navigation Routing, which employs a variable speed algorithm built on weather forecast models incorporating satellite measurements, perceived navigational constraints and specific ship models.

Operational, safety, regulatory, economic and environmental factors are also considered within the analytics to provide advice on optimal navigation in various sea conditions to minimise fuel consumption and emissions.

For offshore operations, the centre’s staff will offer services to monitor quality in bunkering processes, as well as advice on the use of parallel engines and eco-speed during transit phases. 

“The launch of our Real-Time Fleet Performance Monitoring Centre reflects our dedication to help our customers achieve their economic and environmental objectives,” said Anouar Kiassi, Managing Director of Ascenz Marorka.

“Our team of experts is ready to collaborate with all the stakeholders, on board and on shore, to take operational excellence to the next level while reducing their workload and complying with the most stringent safety rules and regulations.”

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