Chris-Marine becomes DNV Veracity partner

Swedish company Chris-Marine has agreed a strategic partnership with DNV to integrate its software systems with the Veracity cloud platform.

The deal will see Trust-Ocean, Chris-Marine’s performance and emissions monitoring application, linked to Veracity’s digital infrastructure.

“Integrating Trust-Ocean with DNV’s maritime emissions cloud, Veracity, reduces the risk of low-quality data and improves data transparency,” said Jens Groth, CEO of Chris-Marine.

“This enhances sustainability for our customers, supports their decision-making process, and helps them achieve compliance and operational efficiency goals. This aligns with Chris-Marine’s overall goal to accelerate the decarbonisation and digitalisation of the maritime industry, establishing us as a market leader in promoting a sustainable future.”

Trust-Ocean can be used to automatically collect data from onboard sensors, for display in dynamic dashboards for real-time monitoring of vessel operational efficiency. Its centralised platform also transmits ship data to the shore, stored in the cloud and analysed via a web-based application.

Integrating with Veracity and DNV’s verification services will extend these capabilities to further assist shipowners and operators to manage their vessels, optimise operations, and ensure compliance with environmental regulations.

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