Data driven ship management
DNV assists you with the digital transformation of your ship management.
Continuous pressure to reduce costs, improve efficiency, increase safety and reduce greenhouse gas emissions will drive the need for decarbonization and digitalization in the shipping industry for many years to come.
The challenge that many ship owners will face is how to thrive in this landscape, using data to optimize and support business decisions. To assist ship owners with their digital journey – transforming traditional ship management into a data-driven way of managing a vessel or fleet and achieving the benefits of digitalization – DNV has developed the Data Driven Ship Management (DDSM) service.
As part of our service, we facilitate and assist with the process of creating a digital transformation roadmap.
A digital transformation roadmap for DDSM implementation can be created in four steps:
- Establishment of strategic goals and the creation of a digital transformation vision – creation of a common understanding of Data Driven Ship Management.
- Review of the ship management’s digitalization status and streamlining of existing business processes – organization structure, fleet and smart vessel status, operational excellence, business performance, etc. With performing GAP analysis between the vision and current status.
- Identification of digital transformation opportunities (use cases) based on digitalization, centralization, smart vessels and connectivity – energy efficiency, performance management, safety management, predictive maintenance, remote operations, autonomous operations, shore control center, IT platform, etc.
- Creation of transformation roadmap based on identified and prioritized transformation opportunities.
Backed by experience in entrepreneurial and change management, DNV Maritime advisory can also support you in developing, building, piloting and implementating solutions once the digitalization roadmap has been established.
Digitalization of ship management has benefits with DNV’s DDSM:
- Cost reduction (OPEX and VOYEX) – crew reduction, condition based and predictive maintenance, better timing of dockings, spares, fuel consumption reduction, etc.
- Enhanced safety – transparency of information, availability of real-time data, online vessel and equipment condition monitoring, improved risk management
- Efficient decarbonization and GHG compliance – online emission monitoring, improved energy efficiency resulting in reduced fuel consumption
- Improved decision-making based on real-time data
- Efficiency gain and improved collaboration – data-driven business processes
- Improved technical management performance – use of best practice business processes with relevant business software support, training of crew and shore employees