Detecting Errors in Monitoring Systems

Autologging should be fully utilized, however, the limitation of any auto-logging system is that out-of-calibration instruments can result in gradual false trends.

For example, anomalies in performance data can be caused by bad weather, hull condition, propeller damage or out-of-calibration fuel meter and/or torsiometer.

It is worthwhile for the ship owner to know if a recorded speed drop of as little as 0.2 knots is a cause for concern or a calibration error.

Our parametric analysis enables detection of faulty data collection versus bad weather versus poor hull condition versus damaged propeller versus out-of-calibration instruments.

This allows for full utilization of investments made in onboard equipment. In summary, data filtering and data reduction methods can give false conclusions and in the CASPER service, there is no need for data filtration.


In the CASPER service, each ship is treated in an utterly individual manner.

ShipWe show you what benefits are attainable by propeller polishing and hull cleaning in terms of reduced fuel consumption or higher service speeds

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