The concept of information sharing in ship performance management systems based on Enamor's SeaPerformer at HullPIC 2019

Michal Holubowski
22/7/2024
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The fourth edition of the Hull Performance & Insight Conference, was held in Gubbio, Italy, May 6-8, 2019. It brought together a number of experts in fields such as ISO 19030 / sensor technology / information fusion / big data / uncertainty analysis / hydrodynamic models / business models / treatment technologies / coating technologies / ESD.

Enamor was represented by Wojciech Gorski, Ph.D., who spoke about the concept of information sharing in ship performance management systems based on Enamor's SeaPerformer.

Modern ship performance management systems (SPMS) automatically collect large amounts of disparate data and typically also allow access to users who are not physically present on board. A typical scenario for this solution is for the ship's crew to access the deck and the technical office ashore. In the simplest approach, both users have access to the same set of data. Providing access to the same data, however, does not ensure that the SPMS effectively supports vessel operations. On the contrary, it can easily cause confusion due to the vast amount and variety of data. The paper presented by Dr. Gorski attempts to provide a means to improve the user's understanding of vessel data and the cooperation between the crew and the owner's office in the context of making decisions to improve vessel performance.

More information here: Seaperformer