The greatest challenge for safe operations begins when a ship starts its sailing journey. Loading and securing cargo are standardised preconditions that help to ensure safe operations. However, once a ship starts sailing at sea, even the best loading and securing precautions cannot prevent container losses and damages and its domino effects from happening. With the increasing number of incidents at sea, it is critical to have the best tools for real time monitoring while sailing. With Navis Lashing Monitor and Operational Guidance, onboard crews and shipping companies gain visibility and control to take right actions and decisions before a dangerous situation arises during a ship’s sailing journey. Navis lashing monitor provides the on-board crew with full visibility of a ship’s vitals while sailing in order to maximise the ship’s seakeeping ability in every weather situation. This proactive approach is one of the fundamental components for increasing safety at sea.
- Monitor and measure the ship’s motions continuously to calculate lashing forces and keep track on the rolling angle- design and critical
- Integration between weather routing and the critical rolling angle
- Receive warnings, at on-board and on-shore, when the ship’s motion reaches its design and critical rolling angle
- Gain automatic inclining experiment resulting in calculation of the GM
- Get advice from the Operational Guidance about safe course and speed in heavy weather to avoid dangerous situations like parametric rolling
- Build a sea-keeping database over the lifetime of the vessel for analysis of motions, relevant cargo and lashing parameters