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Optimization on-the-go

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Optimization on-the-go

When we selected StormGeo as our weather software provider, we considered all of our needs. We liked BVS’s a/m functionality and the fact that it provided much better visualization than our previous solution.
Marek Walkiewicz, Fleet Manager and Technical Mana
Sunship Schiffahrtskontor KG
Key Benefits

Optimum Route Calculation within the Captain’s Stated Safety Parameters

Our newest features help put voyage planning right in the hands of the captain, enabling him to plan and determine the safest, most fuel-efficient route.

Calculating Optimum Power for Minimum Fuel Consumption

The BVS Seakeeping module uses weather forecasts and ship design to predict a vessel’s seakeeping characteristics, allowing for more comprehensive route planning and voyage optimization.

Access to All Required Weather Parameters

Captain is supplied with around-the-clock weather routing information.

Details and Specifications

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On-Board Service (BVS™) 8 was designed with captains in mind.

Our newest features help put voyage planning right in the hands of the captain, enabling him to plan and determine the safest, most fuel-efficient route.

With BVS, you know you can optimize your voyage based on specific weather constraints, and then seamlessly display the track in e-Navigator or Chartco’s Passage Manager™.

And it can be passed to your onboard ECDIS system to confirm navigational safety.

Via broadband, email or KVH IP-MobileCast, BVS delivers the latest weather and ocean data on-the-go.

Furthermore, StormGeo offers BVS Dual Speed Optimization for route planning support.

For more BVS information and to sign up for a Free Trial, click here

View our BVS 8 Webinar for an inside look at the features by VP of Products and Business Development, Michael O'Brien 

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Vessel navigates safely around Hurricane Irma and Jose

With StormGeo's BVS and Routing Service, the captain was able to sail the most efficient route while avoiding both storms.