Allows the vessel to run on constant power under safe conditions, reduce fuel consumption and thereby reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout the voyage.
Statistical speed loss is calculated by vessel type based on the ratio of the speed in sea condition to the reference speed in calm water. This enables a precise RPM and MCR recommendation.
StormGeo’s weather intelligence is rated the highest quality in the industry. We combine advanced data science, route analysts and fleet performance experts to help you make the best decisions.
When advising captains and fleet managers, our Route Analysts take every vessel specification into consideration, including vessel type, age, stability, cargo and speed. Combining that information with our in-house weather data—ocean currents, sea temperature, winds, swell and ice—enables us to set you on the right course, every time.
Prior to a voyage, StormGeo provides a detailed recommendation of RPM and Maximum Continuous Rating (%MCR) that takes the ordered speed, ETA, and weather and ocean forecast along the intended route into consideration.
Download a sample Pre-Voyage Plan here.
Accurately adjust your RPM throughout a voyage to avoid poor vessel performance due to weather, sea and current conditions.
At the end of a voyage, StormGeo provides a full analysis of the actual speed over ground compared to ordered speed. The analysis includes predicted impact of weather and ocean currents, the engine's RPM and %MCR.
After every voyage, we provide a free ROI report detailing the Strategic Power Routing provided during a specific period of time and associated fuel and emission savings.
The complete, one-stop solution to optimize time, fuel and vessel performance while ensuring navigational and environmental compliance.
In this webinar, we learn about Strategic Power Routing, a new service that allows you to maintain constant power, optimize fuel consumption and reduce emissions by adjusting RPM based on track and weather forecast.