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The OCTOPUS Fleet Portal allows cargo- and ship-owners to be constantly informed on status and location of their property. Frequent reports are sent from the Onboard system on the vessel to a central database server, which is accessible from the internet.
Authorized users can access their own part of the protected website to retrieve the latest information. After the voyage, the recorded data is evaluated and the impact on the cargo can be analyzed. The database can be made accessible for all parties required. It can be used to tune motion calculation (specifically roll motion) and for various other purposes, such as fatigue analysis.
Gives easy internet access to database with Noon Position Reports of all incorporated vessels.
Allows cargo owners, vessel owners and all other people with access rights to view the actual status and the forecasted circumstances and responses of a vessel.
Facilitates for people with extended access rights consultation of the collected history of all motions, accelerations and other data of one or more vessels. This allows fleet owners to perform documented fatigue analysis and lifetime monitoring for their entire fleet. By combining this data per vessel with fuel consumption data, efficiency and maintenance analysis becomes possible, to help achieve new fuel consumption reduction challenges.
In case of standalone data-acquisition-only applications, it is very important to be notified for alarms and events. In case of failure, corrective action can be taken and limited data collection time is lost.In case of standalone data-acquisition-only applications, it is very important to be notified for alarms and events. In case of failure, corrective action can be taken and limited data collection time is lost.
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