Updates to ABS Wavesight software platform announced

ABS Wavesight has announced a range of updates to its fleet management software, Nautical Systems, providing tools for better administration of maintenance tasks and procurement, as well as supporting compliance management for upcoming regulations.

A new integration within Nautical Systems’ Maintenance Manager module, already being tested with customers and available in Q4 2023, will enable all maintenance-related processes to be managed from a single source. This integration will deliver adaptive scheduling, predefined risk assessment templates and permit tracking.

An update to the Purchasing Manager module, released in September, allows users to compare supplier quotes, including differences in price and lead times, to help standardise and improve quotations.

“ABS Wavesight is focused on continuously developing our portfolio of digital solutions, and we are excited to bring these latest updates to the market that deliver real value to users, enhance efficiency in core management areas and improve safety and workload management for crew onboard,” said ABS Wavesight CEO Paul Sells.

In addition to the procurement and maintenance management upgrades, the company has updated Nautical Systems’ compliance management features in preparation for upcoming regulations.

These include Oil Companies International Marine Forum’s new SIRE2.0 vetting regime and IMO’s updated requirements for safe mooring under SOLAS Regulation II-1/3-8, which are both coming into effect on January 1, 2024, as well as new emissions reporting requirements for IMO, the EU and the UK.

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