Emission Monitoring System Gets Verifavia Stamp of Approval
Greek-based maritime information and communication technology (ICT) solutions provider DYNAMARINe has received Verifavia certification for its Emission Monitoring system in line with the EU’s Monitoring Reporting and Verification (MRV) regulation requirements.
DYNAMARINe’s Emission Monitoring system is designed to optimise energy consumption onboard of a ship by giving technical operators access to energy data that is monitored and collected onboard. The system provides analysis tools to help identify inconsistencies, errors, and any unanticipated deviations in the data so that they may be corrected before an overall conclusion on the ship’s performance is made.
The certification comes prior to the 2018 regulation when all owners and operators of ships over 5,000 GT will be required to monitor, report and submit their independently verified carbon emissions on all voyages between EU ports. This data will then be made publically available for over 10,000 vessels visiting EU ports.
According to Verifavia, DYNAMARINe’s Emission Monitoring system has been rigorously reviewed by the verification company using the ISO standards 25051 on software engineering and 17065 on product certification. The monitoring system was asses against the requirements of the EU MRV Regulation (2015/757) in terms of process and functionality and effectively demonstrated its ability to automatically generate both voyage reports and annual reports for individual ships, taking into consideration the location of the ports of call, and the cargo / pax activity at these ports of call throughout the year. [...]
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