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The Ship Repair & Conversion Edition
New CO2 Monitoring, Reporting and Veri? cation (MRV) ap- plication for Kongsberg Maritime’s K-Fleet suite of Marine
Fleet Management Software. (Image: © Kongsberg)
Reporting & Verification Application
Kongsberg Maritime developed a new Carbon ? ag or country of ownership, aims to quantify and
Dioxide (CO2) Monitoring, Reporting and Veri? - reduce CO2 emissions from the shipping industry cation (MRV) application for its K-Fleet suite of and demands that shipping companies have moni-
Marine Fleet Management Software. It has been toring plans prepared by August 31, 2017. As per assessed as meeting the requirements of new EU- the new regulation, K-Fleet MRV enables monitor- regulation 2015/757, which is a result of the EU ing and reporting of emissions on per voyage basis calling for a global approach to reducing green- to, from and between EU ports, and is available house gas emissions from international shipping. for deployment now in new and existing K-Fleet
Entered into force on July 1, 2015, the regulation installations. By automating much of the CO2 will be fully effective on January 1, 2018, when calculations and report generation, K-Fleet MRV large ships using EU ports will be required to re- reduces the burden for crews to ensure that ves- port their veri? ed annual emissions and other rel- sel’s and ? eets meet the requirements of the new evant information. According to the 3rd IMO GHG regulation. The system combines data collection study, Maritime transport emits approximately from on board sensors and manual entries, mak- 1000 million tons of CO2 annually and is respon- ing it easier for events to be veri? ed by the Master sible for about 2.5% of global greenhouse gas before reports are sent to the shore-of? ce. K-Fleet emissions. By some estimates, shipping emissions MRV can be interfaced with other K-Fleet appli- are predicted to increase between 50% and 250% cations including K-Fleet Logbook and K-Fleet by 2050. The regulation, for ships exceeding 5000 Maintenance, which provides for quality assurance
GT and which call at any EU port regardless of of measuring equipment on board.
Radio Zeeland DMP Launches Titan Line
Radio Zeeland DMP is manufacturing a next- said David Leone, President of Radio Zeeland gen navigation display system – the TITAN Line DMP. “The TITAN Line provides a much more – that can be connected either to a network or to ? exible solution and has many more variable op- a wired system. The technology is touted by the tions, which will make the lives of engineers and manufacturer as a ? rst; the ? rst navigation line to project managers a much easier process to inte- provide wider ? exibility and customization with grate our system into a multitude of different in- the ability to have a combined digital or analogue struments. These instruments could be anything display unit within the same panel. The TITAN from rudder angle sensors, an echo sounder indi-
Line incorporates technology deployed from its cator set, wind speed and direction indicator, rate earlier products FALCON or SIGMA, has ISO- of turn indictor, GPS compass, auto pilot, path certi? ed quality assurance, and is ideal for all pilot, intercom station, generic control panel, types of new builds or re? ts for the commercial trackball panel, steering system, joystick panel, shipping industry. to controlling a camera or search light. “Our R&D Department upgraded the current
The TITAN line from Radio Zeeland DMP on design to a more customized, digital model,” display at the Workboat Show in New Orleans.
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