Cetasol’s New Innovative Digitalization Project To Support Marine Sustainability 
cargo vessel in ocean seen from below

The maritime industry has struggled to adopt digitalization for sustainability due to high costs and scalability issues. Cetasol is initiating a project to tackle these challenges in collaboration with other stakeholders, to strive for a more sustainable future within the maritime industry. 

When looking at digitalization solutions for the industry, currently two primary solutions for maritime operations exist – one for larger cargo and the other for data visualization. However, these solutions are limited by vessel size and available features. Cetasol has initiated a project to develop a solution applicable to all vessel types, partnering with stakeholders like CAISR and RISE and using innovative data-based tools and digital twin models.

Digital twins for commercial operations

The initiative aims to demonstrate a digitalization solution using data-based digital twins for commercial marine operations. It focuses on achieving long-term emission reductions and predictive maintenance by installing electrical or alternative fuel drivelines. To ensure secure data exchange, the project involves model- and simulation-driven development, digital twins, edge computing, cloud technology, and data-driven development. Cetasol aims to connect industry stakeholders and automate model development for each vessel. 

Moving sustainability forward. Together.

The project brings together various Swedish stakeholders in the maritime industry to promote sustainability in line with the regulations set by the International Maritime Organization. The project involves stakeholders such as CAISR, RISE, Quoakka, Trafikverket, Erik Thun, Stena Line, and Profjord. The results will be disseminated through workshops, events, academic publications, and industry networks. The main objective is to reduce CO2 emissions from marine transport. Sweden has set ambitious targets for emission reduction and is working in collaboration to introduce sustainable technologies to the global market. This project represents a significant step forward in the marine sector’s digitalization, with the potential to engage key actors. The innovative approach involves collaborative efforts to exchange digital twin models for different purposes, as opposed to just raw data. The parties involved are confident that a data-driven approach can provide a robust and secure tool for implementing digital solutions in the marine industry, adding a new dimension to the industry’s technological landscape. 

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Cetasol’s Innovative Digitalization Project To Support Marine Sustainability 
cargo vessel in ocean seen from below

The maritime industry has struggled to adopt digitalization for sustainability due to high costs and scalability issues. Cetasol is initiating a project to tackle these challenges in collaboration with other stakeholders, to strive for a more sustainable future within the maritime industry. 

Currently, two primary solutions for maritime operations exist – one for larger cargo and the other for data visualization. However, these solutions are limited by vessel size and available features. Cetasol has initiated a project to develop a solution applicable to all vessel types, partnering with stakeholders like CAISR and RISE and using innovative data-based tools and digital twin models.

Digital twin for commercial operations

The initiative aims to demonstrate a digitalization solution using data-based digital twins for commercial marine operations. It focuses on achieving long-term emission reductions and predictive maintenance by installing electrical or alternative fuel drivelines. To ensure secure data exchange, the project involves model- and simulation-driven development, digital twins, edge computing, cloud technology, and data-driven development. Cetasol aims to connect industry stakeholders and automate model development for each vessel. 

Moving sustainability forward. Together.

The project brings together various Swedish stakeholders in the maritime industry to promote sustainability in line with the regulations set by the International Maritime Organization. The project involves stakeholders such as CAISR, RISE, Quoakka, Trafikverket, Erik Thun, Stena Line, and Profjord. The results will be disseminated through workshops, events, academic publications, and industry networks. The main objective is to reduce CO2 emissions from marine transport. Sweden has set ambitious targets for emission reduction and is working in collaboration to introduce sustainable technologies to the global market. This project represents a significant step forward in the marine sector’s digitalization, with the potential to engage key actors. The innovative approach involves collaborative efforts to exchange digital twin models for different purposes, as opposed to just raw data. The parties involved are confident that a data-driven approach can provide a robust and secure tool for implementing digital solutions in the marine industry, adding a new dimension to the industry’s technological landscape. 

Find more information about this project in this article.

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