페이지 정보작성자 최고관리자 댓글 0건 조회 362회 작성일 22-11-11 17:04
Machine Learning and AI are providing ship operators Sea World Management and Trading Inc.(SEA WORLD) and Sea Globe Management and Trading Inc.(SEA GLOBE) with a direct monitoring and reporting route to CII compliance, in a significant new extension to cloud-based data gathering and analytics capabilities from METIS Cyberspace Technology.
From 1 January 2023, the International Maritime Organization requires all ships of 5,000 GT and above to derive their CII(the Carbon Intensity Index), using a formula applied under SEEMP III - the UN agency’s third Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan scheme. The CII evaluates vessel efficiency in terms of grams of CO2 emitted per cargo capacity and nautical mile, with IMO developing performance categories spanning a highly desirable ‘A’ to an unacceptable ‘E’.
Building on its existing cloud platform infrastructure, METIS is applying its cutting-edge data gathering and analytics tools to serve the realities of CII implementation. Athens-based SEA WORLD and SEA GLOBE are applying METIS predictive analytics and CII evaluation across a fleet of 19 of their wet tankers.
Drawing on a CO2 monitoring system sampling emissions more than once every 30 seconds, METIS uses a ship’s known characteristics, including its machinery performance, fuel oil consumption, fouling, cargo weights and exposure to weather, to derive its CII rating.
Serafeim Katsikas, CTO at METIS Cybertechnology, said that the new CII rating regime offered an example of how managing data analytics at the individual ship level best helped owners to meet their efficiency and decarbonisation goals.