The products

Oceanly Performance offers a cloud-based and flexible platform that forms
the very foundation of your decarbonization undertaking, and your path towards a fleet
remote monitoring solution.

Data Collector

Oceanly Performance handles fleets that use sensor data, but also information coming from manual inputs on older ships or ones without sensors. This makes our solution a reliable software not only for new ships, but also for ships that have been in service for a while or for vessels where you do not have full access to sensors (for instance short term TC-ships).
Our Data Collector (DC) can connect to any data source on board your vessels, using standard (NMEA MODBUS OPC, etc.) or proprietary protocols. The main data sources are automation and, navigation systems, on-board sensor systems like inclinometers, torque meters, flow meters, anemometers, etc. Other systems such as ECDIS, Gyro, Echo Sounder, etc., or other additional databases or data loggers (if any) can also be integrated. The DC not only collects data based on predefined (adjustable) intervals but also has computational and interpolation capabilities. The data collected will serve the purpose of real-time monitoring but also the possibility to analyze historical data.
There are several benefits using sensor data for vessel reporting instead of manual input:
  • 01
    Increased accuracy
    Sensor data is objective and will provide a more accurate representation of what is happening on a vessel. This is particularly useful for tracking things like fuel consumption, engine performance, and cargo levels.
  • 02
    Reduced errors:
    Using sensor data eliminates the potential for errors that can occur when manual input is used. This helps to improve the accuracy of reports and reduces the risk of incorrect information being used to make decisions.
  • 03
    Increased efficiency
    Collecting and inputting data manually can be time-consuming and labour-intensive. Using sensor data allows for automated collection and reporting, which saves time and resources.
  • 04
    Better decision-making
    Accurate and up-to-date data is essential for making informed decisions. By using sensor data, vessel operators will be able to make more accurate and timely decisions based on real-time information.
  • 05
    Real-time detection
    Monitoring the vessel in real-time will allow the crew to continuously monitor and detect potential hazards or issues on a ship as they occur. This can include monitoring the vessel's systems, such as navigation and propulsion, as well as external factors such as weather and sea conditions. Real-time detection can be achieved using sensors, cameras, and other monitoring equipment, which provide data that can be analysed and used to detect potential issues and alert the crew to take action.
  • 06
    Better Compliance
    Sensor data which are used to monitor a vessel’s compliance with regulations, will reduce the risk of fines and penalties

Vessel reporting

Vessel Reporting Tool (VRT) is an alternative to automated data collection. It is ideal for vessels that are older or do not have access to sensor data.

VRT is a tool for manual data collection (Departure-, Arrival-, Noon-reports etc) but does also enrich the database with relevant information (Bunkering, Weather Condition, Voyage information etc). VRT can also be linked to Automatic data collection feeding the reports with automatic inputs.

VRT is important for Emission Regulation Data Collection such as IMO DCS, EU MRV and UK MRV, but also for the Time Charter Party module that enables the user to monitor and create reports according to Charter Party agreements.

Trim Optimization

Trim optimization has significant economic benefits in terms of fuel savings. Even a small trim adjustment can have a large impact on vessel performance. A 2% to 4% reduction potential in fuel consumption is the average calculation and is of course depending on ship type and size. Since the Trim needs to be optimized both before and during a ships voyage, the Oceanly Trim Optimization handles both Static (when vessel is at rest and not moving), and Dynamic Trim (during the voyage when the vessel is in motion).

There are several benefits using the Oceanly trim optimization:

  • 01
    Increased fuel efficiency
    Proper trim reduces drag and improves a ship's hydrodynamic performance, which results in reduced fuel consumption and lower operating costs.
  • 02
    Enhanced stability
    Trim optimization helps to improve a ship's stability and reduces the risk of capsizing or rolling in rough seas.
  • 03
    Improved manoeuvrability
    By adjusting the trim, a ship can be made more agile and easier to handle, which is particularly useful in tight or crowded waterways.
  • 04
    Enhanced safety
    Proper trim can help to reduce the risk of accidents and improve the safety of the crew and passengers.
  • 05
    Increased payload capacity
    By optimizing the trim in the Oceanly Performance solution, a ship can carry a larger payload.

Control Room

The Oceanly Control Room is an enhancement of the data collection for real-time monitoring. Our solution offers a wide range of tools that support the Control Room concept with Fleet view dashboards and wallboard capabilities that also allows the user to run customized dashboards outside the application.


Alarms are a crucial part of vessel performance management because they allow ship operators to identify and address potential problems before they become major issues. By setting alarms for key performance indicators (KPIs), operators can proactively monitor the health of their vessel and ensure that it is operating at its best. Alarms will alert operators and managers to problems such as low fuel levels, equipment malfunctions, or potential safety hazards, allowing them to take timely action to prevent costly downtime or accidents. In addition, alarms help operators optimize the performance of their vessel by alerting them to opportunities for improving efficiency or reducing costs. Overall, the use of alarms in vessel performance management is essential for ensuring the safety, reliability, and efficiency of a ship's operations.

Emissions Management

The Oceanly Performance emissions monitoring software is used to monitor and track the emissions of your fleet, either by sensors and other monitoring devices to measure the levels of various emissions, including carbon dioxide (CO2), sulphur oxide (SOx), and nitrogen oxides (NOx). The software can then calculate the total emissions produced by the vessel and provide real-time or near real-time data on the emissions levels. This data is used to help operators of the vessel to identify ways to reduce emissions and to meet regulatory requirements for emissions monitoring and reporting.

Our solution handles:

  • Data collection for IMO DCS /EU MRV / UK MRV and related reports for compliance 
  • CII calculation in compliance with the regulations
  • Download of Thetis compliant XML file to be uploaded into EU MRV EMSA website 
  • GHG Emissions calculation (C02, SOx, NOx, CH4, PM10, PM2.5, CO, N2O) estimated through the formulas inside the paper IMO 4th GHG study 
  • EEOI calculation useful for ESGs Reporting and ships monitoring
  • EU ETS


Analysing vessels performance data is important because it helps shipping companies to improve the efficiency of their operations, which will lead to cost savings and increased profitability. By utilizing the Oceanly Analytics tools, users can examine data on factors such as fuel consumption, speed, and operative conditions. Operators and managers can identify opportunities to optimize routes, reduce unnecessary expenditure, and improve the overall performance of their vessels. Additionally, analysing performance data helps identify potential problems or issues with a vessel, allowing the company to address them before they become more serious and costly to fix.
Knowing what data to focus on and turning that into actionable insights remains a key challenge.

Route Optimization

Route optimization for vessels is the process of identifying the most efficient and cost-effective route for a ship to travel. This involves considering factors such as sea conditions, weather, and the ship's capacity and speed. By optimizing the route, shipping companies can reduce fuel costs and minimize the risk of delays or accidents.

The Oceanly Route Optimization tool allows the user to optimize routes by using forecasted data on sea conditions and weather. Our solution also take into account the ship's current location, destination, and cargo to calculate the most efficient route. Performance use advanced algorithms and machine learning techniques to build a model for predicting the most efficient route.
Overall, route optimization is a crucial aspect of modern shipping that helps companies reduce costs and improve safety. With the help of Oceanly Performance, the user can optimize routes in real-time, enabling them to make quick decisions and respond to changing conditions.

LNG & Green Fuel Manager

Oceanly Performance is fuel-agnostic and caters for all fuel-types – including zero emission fuels and bio-blends. In the solution the user can monitor all the parameters related to the different fuel systems, and compare to see the benefits and, the differences between one type of fuel to another.

LNG Tools

The LNG market has become more and more vast in the recent years and Oceanly Performance offer a full set of tools dedicated to LNG carriers:
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    Heel Calculator
  • 02
    Emergency Departure 
  • 03
    Rollover Prevention
  • 04
    Composition Calculator (Q4 2024)
  • 05
    BOG Optimization (Q4 2024)
  • 06
    Sloshing Alerting (Q4 2024)

Intervention Effects

Oceanly Performance enhances ship performance and efficiency by collecting real-time data from onboard sensors, including engines. The system analyses this data to identify engine issues and inefficiencies such as fuel consumption, emissions, and wear and tear. By utilizing algorithms and machine learning, it provides valuable insights to optimize engine performance and reduce maintenance costs. The system detects anomalies like abnormal vibrations or overheating, enabling proactive measures to prevent unplanned downtime and extend engine lifespan. Scheduled maintenance activities can be efficiently planned, minimizing the risk of unexpected breakdowns and costly repairs. Oceanly Performance can be tailored to meet specific customer requirements.

Intervention Effects
Hull and Propeller

Oceanly Performance is an advanced solution that optimizes vessel performance and reduces operating costs for ship managers and operators. By leveraging data collection and analytics, it provides valuable insights and recommendations. It advises on hull cleaning, propeller polishing, and engine maintenance based on data analysis of speed, fuel consumption, and engine performance. Using advanced algorithms and sensor data, it accurately notifies users of maintenance schedules tailored to the vessel's operating conditions. For example, if hull fouling is detected, it alerts the need for cleaning to improve fuel efficiency. It also alerts propeller polishing for improved performance and provides insights for optimizing fuel efficiency and reducing downtime.

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