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ECO Insight expanded with new analytics capabilities

DNV GL has added new analytical and reporting features to its fleet performance management system ECO Insight, with the aim of supporting shipowners in managing a greater volume of vessel data on a more frequent basis.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}“Our user community has rapidly grown into the largest single performance management group in the shipping industry, and the data and feedback we are getting from them has been a great inspiration,” said Torsten Büssow, DNV GL’s head of performance management.

“We have directed their input into product development and innovation which has resulted in many new and enhanced features.”

“The last year has proven that ECO Insight can integrate sensor and auto-logging data (including data from third party systems). And we use this to provide more transparent and actionable data reporting and analytics.”

The ECO Insight partner network, working with DNV GL on data integration, now includes 14 companies, with engine performance firm Tekomar the most recent addition.

Other improvements to the software include the addition of an electronic owner-charterer cooperation contract option to DNV GL’s own voyage reporting system Navigator Insight, where the data released to each party can be tailored to reflect contractual responsibilities.

Reports on a greater range of operational data can now be generated, such as port logs, and consumer usage from systems like cargo pumps and inert gas generators. DNV GL says that the system is also already able to supply fully automatic MRV (Monitoring, Reporting and Verification) emission reports, in anticipation of the EU regulation’s full entry into force in 2018.

Vessel positions are updated hourly and speed variations from a target value are similarly checked each hour, with flexible time lines (hours, days, weeks, voyage legs, voyages) able to be selected across the whole system.

The hull degradation computation and display module has been improved, as have auxiliary engine usage analytics. Finally, a fuel quality module has been made available to display the impact of fuel quality on performance.

A new alert service has been added to the software to highlight key fleet performance metrics on a daily basis, with a monthly fleet performance review report available from DNV GL’s Performance Support Centre on request.{/mprestriction}

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