Maritime software company Sea has partnered with the Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Centre for Zero Carbon Shipping to provide access to its pre-trade intelligence and analytics tool as a knowledge partner.
The software solutions provider will give the centre access to data on topics such as activity across ports and vessel deployment to support its aims of driving sustainable decarbonisation in the industry.
The centre’s CEO Bo Cerup-Simonsen said: “Reliable data empowers us to make informed decisions.
“With Sea, the centre will get important insights into global fleet operations, which can help us fast-track the development and implementation of green corridors, technology projects and progressive regulatory frameworks.”
Sea’s tool processes over 68.7 billion automatic identification system (AIS) data points annually to provide insights into the shipping industry, and can notably provide emissions evaluations to analyse green corridors and waiting times to estimate potential areas for emissions reduction.
The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Centre has previously partnered with five Northern European ports to create a new Green Corridors Network in Europe by providing alternative fuel supply chains in Gdynia, Poland; Hamburg, Germany; Roenne, Denmark; Rotterdam, the Netherlands and Tallinn, Estonia.
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Sea CEO Peter Schroder said: “Our platform will accelerate the centre’s work in enabling future solutions, concepts and standards – including modelling viable decarbonisation pathways.
“Sea’s purpose is to power better decisions to enable sustainable shipping, so we’re proud to be joining this powerful alliance of global organisations.”
The centre was founded in 2020 and is a not-for-profit independent research and development centre seeking to aid the maritime shipping industry’s transition to net zero. It works with 53 partners in the industry on a variety of objectives.