Specifically, EUROYARDS members -  Chantiers de l’Atlantique, Damen Shipyards Group, Fincantieri, Lürssen, Meyer Werft, Naval Group and Navantia - collaborated to improve data management solutions and standards.


Code Kilo seeks full cooperation and participation of all maritime stakeholders, and it has received the support of SEA Europe, the Shipyards’ and Maritime Equipment Association.

Today, ship systems provide large amounts of data that are related to equipment status, ship operations and performance. The project aspires to increase the opportunities to reuse, combine and benefit from data.

Thus, the operator, the yard and equipment suppliers will be able to enhance their activities. Eventually, improving ship's digitalization with fully fledged integration will play an important role in achieving the sustainability that the European maritime sector wants to.

For this reason, European shipbuilders committed to apply their knowledge to improve digital integration, creating the base for potential business opportunities with IoT, Big Data and AI.