Emissions Simulator for CII added to NAVTOR platform

NAVTOR reports that it has updated its NavFleet ship operations platform to add additional support for CII compliance management.

Featuring a new Emissions Simulator, NavFleet 1.8 has been designed to help shipping companies predict and optimise environmental impact and performance across fleets, delivering operational insights built on dual-validated data.

The simulator draws on data ranging from vessel noon reports to integrated e-Navigation and performance data, all of which is validated both by the company’s software and its own human specialists, to gauge vessel and fleet historical emissions and model them for future predictions.

Parameters can be configured to match user requirements, and individual vessels compared to predict how assets will perform and what CII ratings they can expect to achieve over the coming years.

“In a maritime industry defined by ever-increasing complexity, we want to simplify safe, compliant and profitable operations for our customers,” said Tor Håkon Svanes, Product Manager NavFleet.

“The Emissions Simulator, and the accompanying NavFleet 1.8 updates, demonstrate that commitment in practice. This is another user-focused innovation that, we believe, delivers powerful benefits for our industry.”

“With a few clicks of a button you can see how ratings are impacted if you, for example, adjust speeds, sailing times, or introduce alternative fuels, amongst other factors. As such, you gain an in-depth understanding of exactly what you need to do to protect and improve ratings. This is critically important for cargo-owners, charterers, asset values, the environment and, at the end of the day, the sustainability of your business in an ever-evolving industry.”

In addition to the Emissions Simulator, the NavFleet 1.8 software also adds automated UK MRV reporting (in addition to the IMO DCS and EU MRV reports already offered), a new emissions dashboard, vessel emission comparison views, PDF reports of vessel emissions, bad weather notifications on vessel routes or with active passage plans, and speed-based route monitoring.

NAVTOR says that the next update of the platform, currently under development, will feature a Voyage Emissions Estimator, with tools to manage the commercial aspects of the EU Emission Trading System in the form of EU Allowance Statements.

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