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MARITIME

The key challenges with fleet performance data and


how to overcome them
Webinar
Dr. Torsten Büssow, Head of Fleet Performance Management
August 2016

ECO Insight

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Agenda

A Are autologged data better?

B What to do with several data sources?

C How to improve onboard data quality?

D How to avoid double entry for owner and operator?

E Against what should performance data be compared?

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There is a common believe that autologged data have better
quality, really?

Project example, 3 months parallel running of manual reporting and autologger:

KPI Filter Navigator Insight Autologger Navigator Insight Autologger

Bulker Container

FOC/nm all modes 0.173 0.174 0.146 0.150

sailing only 0.157 0.162 0.138 0.142

FOC/day all modes 17.4 17.2 47.8 46.0

sailing only 36.7 39.7 49.3 50.4

Speed all modes 4.2 4.1 13,6 12.8

sailing only 9.7 10.2 14,9 14.8

Weather sailing only max 6.bft max 6.bft max 7.bft max 7.bft

Like manual data having human error problems, autologging data facing sensor, IT
infrastructure and data management problems.

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There is a common believe that autologged data have better
quality, really?

Project example, 3 months parallel running of manual reporting and autologger:

KPI Filter Navigator Insight Autologger Navigator Insight Autologger

Bulker Container

FOC/nm all modes 0.173 0.174 0.146 0.150

sailing only 0.157 0.162 0.138 0.142

FOC/day all modes 17.4 17.2 47.8 46.0

sailing only 36.7 39.7 49.3 50.4

Speed all modes 4.2 4.1 13,6 12.8

sailing only 9.7 10.2 14,9 14.8

Weather sailing only max 6.bft max 6.bft max 7.bft max 7.bft

Like manual data having human error problems, autologging data facing sensor, IT
infrastructure and data management problems.

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True is that autologger data are more frequent, does this deliver a
new world of insights?
KPIs from manual data Autologging data deliver on top Autologging cannot deliver
Consumption
Speed
Operational modes
Operational modes
Cargo
Voyage Weather condition
Performance Cargo
EEOI
Port Performance
Port Performance
Schedule Integrity
Schedule Integrity

Hull & Performance drop


Rudder movements
Slip
Propeller Propulsion performance

Performance Trim

Consumption Engine overload


Engine Loads …
Engine & SFOC
Systems Turbocharger RPM
performance Combustion pressures
Scavenge air pressure
Exhaust Gas temperature

Bunker statistics Bunker information


Fuel quality Sounding corrections at ports Fuel quality
Fuel quality per port / supplier ROB

Emissions (e.g. for MRV, ESI) Disposal


Environment
Disposal Ballast
performance Ballast

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Producing autologging data needs considerably more effort and
investments
Effort manual data Effort autologging

Send a
software
Project
onboard Install sensors, connect them, install IT server,
effort
connect sensors to IT server, etc.

update
software
Ongoing onboard
maintenance (new features) Re-calibrate sensors, fix broken ones,
update IT servers

< 5.000 EUR


Investments per vessel
> 50.000 EUR per vessel

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The future of data collection will be hybrid, with autologging and
manual logbooks an integration is needed

Fleet Performance portal

Event Snapshot
data data

Autologging Integrators
Electronic
Log book Autologging Autologging
equipment manuf. engine manuf.

Event data: Snapshot data:


data over a period of time (e.g. noon- Data at a certain point in time
to-noon, or since last event) including its ambient conditions

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Agenda

A Are autologged data better?

B What to do with several data sources?

C How to improve onboard data quality?

D How to avoid double entry for owner and operator?

E Against what should performance data be compared

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Several data sources from different vessel are rather typical, a
fleet performance mgmt. system can integrate them
Common view across all vessels

Fleet Performance portal


based on professional BI system
Integration layer

Commercial reporting Voyage + perform. reporting Snapshot reporting


e.g. via Veson (Veslink) e.g. via Navigator Insight via autologger

Some vessels are operated by myself, Most vessels have manual reporting My newbuilds come with an
I use a voyage accounting system (electronic logbook) onboard autologging system

Very often voyage data is also sent to weather routing provider to avoid double entry
onboard and to other internal applications in a shipping company.

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Agenda

A Are autologged data better?

B What to do with several data sources?

C How to improve onboard data quality?

D How to avoid double entry for owner and operator?

E Against what should performance data be compared?

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If autologging cannot secure data quality, what can?

• Check plausibility against ship specific


Plausibility parameters (actual engine load, work, time,
check at entry speed etc.)
• Give warnings out onboard at entering the data

Data quality • Transport neglected warnings onshore to allow


Data quality for fixing it or take into account when analysing
visible
levers
onshore

• Do performance management, voyage


Work with the calculations etc. with the data
data
• Make results transparent to crew and office staff
• Involve them in reviewing results

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Example: technical plausibility checks onboard

Plausibility checks
onboard

Only fuel that has been


bunkered can be consumed

ECO Insight

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Example: Automatic weekly performance reports send to crew and
technical teams and compares sister vessels

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Data quality differences are well visible after that

Excel or Forms Navigator Insight (plausibility checks)

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Agenda

A Are autologged data better?

B What to do with several data sources?

C How to improve onboard data quality?

D How to avoid double entry for owner and operator?

E Against what should performance data be compared?

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The ideal situation: the vessel reports once different parties see
only the information they are responsible for

Operator (or Pool)


System Owner system

• Voyage performance • Hull & Propeller


Performance
• Fuel quality
• Engine & Systems
performance
1 report
ECO Insight

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Unique way of avoiding double reporting for the crew if operator
and owner are both using ECO Insight / Navigator Insight

Operator (or Pool)


System Owner system

Cooperation agreement

1 report
ECO Insight

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Unique way of avoiding double reporting for the crew if operator
and owner are both using ECO Insight / Navigator Insight

Operator (or Pool)


System Owner system

Cooperation agreement

1 report
ECO Insight

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Agenda

A Are autologged data better?

B What to do with several data sources?

C How to improve onboard data quality?

D How to avoid double entry for owner and operator?

E Against what should performance data be compared?

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Benchmarking intra-fleet, against baselines and with industry is
needed

Legend: World fleet average (same vessel type and size) Own Vessel Group average Own Target (e.g. Charter party)

Compare against: • Own vessels (of similar size), vessel group average
• Industry benchmarks (speed, consumption, op. profile,
fuel quality - world fleet, same vessel type and size)
• Own targets or limits (e.g. SEEMP, charter party)

• Vessel specific baselines (sea trial, shop test, CFD)

ECO Insight

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Good baselines guide analytics throughout a fleet performance
assessment

CFD baselines used for normalization User defined baselines for speed-consump.

Charter party

Seatrial

Shop test baselines used for Engine & Systems

ECO Insight

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What data issues can we help you to overcome?

DNV GL is helping shipping companies improving


performance since 2008 and has been saving together
>3.000.000 MT Fuel since then with our customers

We have invented the first trim optimization system for


ships in operation and formal lines optimization for
newbuildings

The fleet performance management solution ECO


Insight is on the market since 2 years and has become
the most popular solution globally with 750 vessels
using it

Please get in touch with us under


eco.maritime@dnvgl.com

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Comments, Questions and Answers

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Polling

In which area of fleet performance data do you need support?

1. Manual versus autologged data

2. Integration of several data sources

3. Improving onboard data quality

4. Avoidance of double entry for owner and operator

5. To what performance data should be compared to?

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Comments, Questions and Answers

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Thank you

Torsten Büssow
Torsten.Buessow@dnvgl.com
+49 40 36149 5237

www.dnvgl.com

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