Two companies join forces to improve SOV data analysis

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Metis Cyberspace Technology is expanding its range of data acquisition, real-time performance monitoring and intelligent analytics solutions to meet the needs of service operation vessels (SOVs), following a collaborative project with Danish ship owner Esvagt.

This development is the result of a joint project that focused on fleet performance optimization with Esvagt. SOVs perform multiple functions, acting as a transport vessel, accommodation, warehouse and workshop, which presents a challenge when assessing overall efficiency.

Technology for SOV data analysis

Esvagt’s initiative led Metis to develop a portfolio of applications aimed at improving SOV operations. Leveraging Esvagt’s operational expertise and data, Metis used its high-frequency data acquisition and advanced performance assessment analytics to provide transparency into SOV performance.

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Panos Theodossopoulos, CEO of Metis Cyberspace Technology, noted that the result is an exciting example of how advanced analytics can provide a competitive advantage, in this case, creating the opportunity for SOVs to offer value-added services to end customers.

Metis has also developed a way to visualize SOV operations that correlates the full range of vessel activities with fuel efficiency and emissions in the context of a five-day weather forecast, Theodossopoulos added.

Features include a new representation of total fuel oil consumption per activity in multiple scenarios, which takes into account different weather conditions. The enhanced software functionality also introduces a high level of transparency in dynamic positioning (DP) operations, considering that DP systems play a critical role in maintaining positions and ensuring the safe transfer of technicians to offshore facilities via walk-to-work gateways.

In addition, Metis’ new functionality leverages weather forecast and vessel performance data to help site managers and vessel operators plan maintenance more effectively. The ‘Smart Scheduler’ refines Metis’ existing travel route optimization to take into account wind farm operations planning, including safety requirements.

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Source: marinetechnologynews.com