Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with HD Hyundai Global Service, on a strategic digital co-operation for carbon emission monitoring.
nder this agreement, EPS aims to foster digital transformation in the maritime industry by using AI-based solution ‘OceanWise’. Through this platform, real-time operational data from EPS’ fleet will be analysed via its algorithm, allowing for carbon emission monitoring and forecasting without the need for additional equipment installation or investments.
Furthermore, it derives a vessel’s optimal route, taking into account expected waiting times at ports and optimal speeds for each segment of the journey, for optimised carbon reduction.
EPS believes that sustainability begins with accountability and are proud to pave the way for a sustainable future with these partnerships.
… said the company in their statement
Further on the subject, in an exclusive interview to SAFETY4SEA, Eleni Polychronopoulou, President and CEO of METIS Cyberspace Technology had explained how new technologies can assist industry in succeeding in its journey towards decarbonization, highlighting the importance of data reporting.