My Digital Fleet™ Webinar Series on Sustainable Maritime
A New Five-Part Webinar Series from August 31 to October 5
Right now, hundreds of vessel owners and operators across the globe are grappling with the same challenges to their maritime sustainability strategy: stringent IMO and EU regulations, advancing technology and meeting the needs of multiple operational stakeholders.
That is why ABS Wavesight, a leading solutions provider for maritime efficiency and digitalization, has developed a groundbreaking five-part webinar series. Utilizing the unique capabilities of ABS Wavesight’s fleet performance system, My Digital Fleet, this webinar will demonstrate how to overcome today’s most pressing shipping sustainability challenges in five parts.
Charting a Course to Sustainable Maritime Success
The first part of this webinar series, on August 31st, will dive deep into a complex world of emissions and performance concerns. Attendees will learn how to overcome these challenges from regulatory, technical and operational viewpoints.
Enhance Your CII Calculations and Forecasting
The second part of this webinar series, on September 14th, will tackle the topics of meeting and exceeding IMO and EU regulations. Attendees will learn how My Digital Fleet streamlines carbon footprint monitoring and CII and EU ETS calculations.
Drive Proactive Maintenance and Vessel ROI in Real Time
The third part of this webinar series, on September 21st, will demonstrate the relationship between vessel performance metrics and sustainability. Attendees will learn how to avoid unnecessary emissions and higher fuel costs through real-time monitoring.
Real-Time Voyage Tracking and Optimization
The fourth part of this webinar series, on September 28th, will dive deep into effective voyage planning. Attendees will experience how real-time voyage tracking works and learn how to plan effectively around ever-changing elements.
Track and Monitor Daily Fuel Consumption Levels Across Your Fleet
The fifth and final part of this webinar series, on October 5th, will look at best practices in the monitoring and consumption of fuel. Attendees will learn how to avoid breach of charter agreements and improve operational decision-making.