The system is controlled by an integrated automation system in combination with the Wärtsilä’s remote process analytics software. This system visualises data from the bridge navigation and communication controls, the engine room, and the cargo control centre.
This aims to ensure high energy efficiency with lower carbon emissions, providing a positive Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) for the vessels.
Wärtsilä will also deliver an anti-pollution shaft sealing system, in order to prevent oil leaking into the sea.
The Wärtsilä equipment is expected to be delivered during mid-2019, and the vessels are planned to be delivered during the end 2020.