4 th Hull Performance & Insight Conference, Gubbio, Italy, 6-8 May 2019 gathered many experts in topics such as ISO 19030 and beyond / sensor technology / information fusion / big data / uncertainty analysis /hydrodynamic models / business models / cleaning technology / coating technology / ESDs.
Enamor was represented by Ph.D. Eng. Wojciech Górski, who talked about Information Sharing Concept in Ship Performance Management Systems based on Enamor’s SeaPerformer.
Modern Ship Performance Management Systems (SPMS) automatically collect large amount of diversified data and usually allow access also for users not physically present onboard. Typical scenario for this arrangement is ship crew access onboard and technical office onshore. In a most simple approach both users just have an access to the same dataset. However, providing access to the same data, does not ensure that SPMS efficiently supports vessel operation. Contrary it may easily create user confusion due to huge amount and diversity of data. Paper attempts to present means used to enhance user comprehension of ship data and collaboration between crew and owner office in a context of taking decisions towards ship performance enhancement.
More information here: Seaperformer