Technology company ZeroNorth has revealed its new open Vessel Reporting Platform to improve transparency and data quality, enable emissions reductions, and lower manual work at sea and on shore.
The platform is built to ensure complete and accurate data reports on vessel performance.
With more data transparency, the Vessel Reporting Platform aims to enhance industry’s optimisation solutions towards more accurate and powerful fuel and emissions savings recommendations.
The platform will work both online and offline across different devices and its web-based is set to cut onboarding requirements.
In a recently released statement, ZeroNorth emphasised its key objective to create new data standard aimed at supporting vessel and voyage optimisation and ultimately contribute to the industry’s decarbonisation.
“With today’s launch of our Vessel Reporting Platform, we take a big step to solve the key issue of data quality and transparency that is currently acting as a barrier to industry decarbonisation,” said Jesper Bo Hansen, Chief Revenue Officer at ZeroNorth.
“Vessel reports remain one of the best sources of information on ship and fuel performance, so it is only right that we try to find ways to improve and validate data being supplied from ship to shore.”
“Our new Vessel Reporting Platform sets out to solve these challenges, providing crew and shoreside staff with a clear, standardised, and easy way to improve reporting so they become more transparent and accountable to counterparties, and, ultimately, are better able to propel their decarbonisation efforts.”