Navis emissions compliance software approved

Navis Bluetracker Bluetracker’s emission compliance modules considers the fuel consumption methodologies for different vessels. Credit: Navis
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The dedicated emission compliance-modules of Navis’ Bluetracker One software have been awarded certification by Verifavia.

Verifavia’s certification process showed that Navis has designed a software solution that assists ship operators in aggregating operational vessel performance data to generate annual emission reports in accordance with EU MRV and IMO Data Collection System (DCS) regulations.

“With Verifavia certification, the Bluetracker system has once again demonstrated its compliance which has also been confirmed by our customers who have successfully started the verifying process of the ship-specific annual emission reports in accordance with the EU MRV regulations,” said Martin Bardi, vice president global sales at XVELA and Head of Navis’ maritime unit Navis Carrier and Vessel Solutions.

Bluetracker’s emission compliance modules considers the fuel consumption methodologies for different vessels and generate compliant emissions reports whereby all incoming operational ship data is continuously validated in real-time, in terms of data plausibility, consistency and completeness.

All the parameters required for compliance with the EU MRV and IMO DCS regulations are adequately monitored in the system and Bluetracker’s reporting mechanisms are fully compliant with the regulations, said Navis.

Additionally, the aggregation of emission data by Bluetracker is compatible with the official platform EU Thetis MRV.

Bluetracker MRV gained the ‘MRV ready’ certification by the classification society DNV GL in 2017.


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