NCL Deploys Eniram’s DTA

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Eniram Ltd., provider of dynamic decision support systems for the shipping industry announced an agreement with Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) to deploy Eniram’s Dynamic Trimming Assistant (DTA) in the entire NCL fleet of cruise vessels.

Resulting from a pilot deployment on Norwegian Jewel, the agreement is the largest single deal yet for the Finnish-based Eniram.

Eniram DTA helps vessel officers to optimize trim at all times, minimizing water resistance, decreasing fuel consumption, and reducing emissions. The system continuously collects and displays real-time data of vessel attitude, allowing timely action in changing circumstances. The key metrics are brought to vessel officers in an easy-to-read graphic form, to facilitate faster and better informed decision-making.

The full-scale deployment is currently being finalized on the Norwegian Jewel. Eniram’s delivery model, designed to ensure the accuracy of the data collected, includes a calibration period during which the dynamic data retrieved from operational vessel management applications and purpose-built sensors is measured for consistency and individually fine tuned for each vessel. Subsequently to Norwegian Jewel, Eniram DTA will be rolled out to the entire NCL fleet.

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