On-Site Business Ships Performance Analysis & System

Integrated Ship Management System (Planed Maintenance, Management of Spare Parts)

The Integrated Ship Management System is a tool that allows you to create maintenance records and plans concerning the hull, engine, SOLAS safety equipment, documents, and certificates. The system automatically provides the time span and operating hours by setting designated operation intervals on the shore side. Data on onboard operations is collected as history, and necessary items can be extracted using a search function. In addition, vessels and onshore offices can manage the same data by synchronizing the systems through transmission of vessel data to shore.

* MESMART (PMS) is available for sale (compatible with TMSA, type approval: Class NK)

Simulator System

Turbine plant simulator:

The simulator replicates the operation of integrated plant facilities including turbine main engines, power generators, boilers, and pumps, and allows different training scenarios (plant down, plant up) by setting up equipment in the same layout as the actual site. You can also develop training programs based on a specific site.

Loading / Discharging operation simulator:

MOL Marine & Engineering Co., Ltd. has a proven track record when it comes to installing equipment on VLCCs (single, double hull), LNG carriers, and chemical tankers, and can provide personal computer-based simulators as well. You can train on loading and discharge operations (tank cleaning for tankers, gas-free initialized operations for LNG carriers), with training that matches actual conditions - the instructor can even launch a malfunction for added realism.

Ships Performance Analysis

Based on statistical analysis, MOL Marine & Engineering Co., Ltd. analyzes detailed data recorded during everyday vessel operations, reflecting the effects of weather and sea conditions, then assesses the current situation and predicts conditions that may result in hull damage. We can also assess damage to the engine, propellers, and so on, ensuring more efficient scheduled maintenance and safer operation.

This shows the amount of decrease in RPM in comparison with planned propeller curve.