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Category: Ship Operations

World’s most environmentally friendly RoPax to be safety secured by NAPA

NAPA Emergency Computer and NAPA Loading Computer provide industry benchmark safety and operational optimization software to Wasaline’s new ferry Helsinki, Finland – 13 January 2020 – NAPA, the leading maritime software, services and data analysis provider has announced the signing of a new contract with the northernmost year-round ferry, Wasaline, for its newbuilding AURORA BOTNIA. […]

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NAPA partners with industry leaders to increase passenger ship safety in European Commission funded FLARE project

The Flooding Accident Response project, FLARE, will target a risk-based methodology for “live” flooding risk assessment and control, by developing a generic and holistic risk model with potential application to both newbuildings and existing ships  Helsinki, Finland 11 December 2019 – NAPA, the leading maritime software, services and data analysis provider, has joined forces with […]

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NAPA helps BC Ferries join the e-log revolution

NAPA Logbook makes routines easier, increases transparency, and decreases workload and human error Helsinki, Finland – 24 June 2019 – NAPA, the leading maritime software, services and data analysis provider, today announced that its industry-benchmark electronic logbook, NAPA Logbook, has been chosen by BC Ferries as a fleet-wide standard solution. As the world’s leading provider […]

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Fuel consumption transparency in chartering?

by Pekka Pakkanen, Director, Development, NAPA Shipping Solutions In May this year Trafigura added a clause to its standard terms and conditions with shipowners, requiring information that will allow it to track how much fuel is consumed per metric tonne of cargo loaded while transporting Trafigura-controlled cargoes. To give you a sense of the scale […]

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DSME, Korea Maritime and Ocean University, NAPA and AVL announce strategic partnership to develop digital ship

Partnership will develop engine room and operations solutions for digital twins Busan, June 17, 2019 –  DSME, Korea Maritime and Ocean University, NAPA and AVL have announced a strategic co-operation agreement to develop digital ships and related strategic solutions. The agreement will combine the four parties’ expertise in naval architecture and shipbuilding, engines, big data, […]

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NAPA User Meeting 2020

  At NAPA we believe that the best user experience comes through developing our solutions together with the customer. This is why we want to hear from you; how you are using NAPA software, what’s working, and more importantly, where you’d like to see it going next. NAPA User Meeting 2020 is again an event […]

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Accurate zero installation methods for monitoring operational efficiency

Guarantee of ship speed at given consumption is essential for planning of the operations. NAPA Fleet Intelligence makes possible accurate ship performance assessment with zero onboard installations – revealing level of fouling and the effect of weather to the performance – with the help of a digital twin of the vessel. We have built hydrodynamics-based […]

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NAPA announced as first service provider for Ship Data Center’s IoS Open Platform

NAPA will provide performance analytics and voyage optimization expertise via platform Helsinki, 22 May 2019 – NAPA the leading provider of maritime software, services and data analysis, today announced that it has become the first service provider for ClassNK-owned Ship Data Center’s Internet of Ships Open Platform (ShipDC IoS-OP). NAPA will provide ship performance analytics […]

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Download NAPA Fleet Intelligence leaflet

Download here a short PDF leaflet to learn more about NAPA Fleet Intelligence or follow the link to NAPA Fleet Intelligence page. NAPA-Fleet-Intelligence-2-pager_20191    

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Emissions and EU-MRV – incentives, transparency, and better data

By Risto Kariranta, Shipping Solutions, NAPA Ltd. The European Commission’s (EC) decision to make public data relating to the carbon emission performance of individual vessels has led to mixed reactions throughout the shipping industry. It is not the premise of the regulation which has resulted in scrutiny (the EC has collected data under its monitoring reporting […]

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