Enhancing Ship Management with Big Data
Even before Digital Shipping became a buzz word, WSM has been deploying various digital reporting systems onboard as part of its ship management operations. With our existing data framework, digitization is no stranger to us.
All vessels managed by WSM are analyzed with a business intelligence tool. This tool extracts information from the data warehouse, consolidates reports and creates analysis for decision making.
Carl Schou, President of Wilhelmsen Ship Management, said: “We have moved from traditional management through alerts and reports to digital dashboards. Today, with big data we can perform statistical analysis and develop more dimensions of visualized reporting. It is our aim to fully utilize this tool to assist owners in reducing operating cost, improving vessel performance and achieving their green initiatives.”
A dedicated team based in the Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, has been relentlessly building and implementing effective analytics strategies. Going forward, WSM plans to increase their big data utilization in forecasting and scenario planning.
Internet of Things (IoT) is also high on the agenda and WSM sees it as a very near possibility as we already have the right foundation to seamlessly capture and analyze IoT information into meaningful insights.
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WSM will be at Nor-shipping E02-05.
Esther Gan, Head of Sales & Marketing Support – Wilhelmsen Ship Management
+60 32084 5911 / Esther.Gan@wilhelmsen.com
About Wilhelmsen Ship Management
Wilhelmsen Ship Management (WSM) is a part of Wilhelmsen Maritime Services, a Wilh. Wilhelmsen Group company. WSM is one of the world’s largest third party ship manager with a portfolio of more than 400 vessels and 10,500 active seafarers. WSM provides technical and crew management services for various vessel segments; LNG/LPG, Ro-Ro and PCC/PCTC vessels, FPSO/FSO, Container, Cruise, Bulk, Seismic and Offshore.
WSM manages from five offices worldwide and a crewing network of 18 manning offices in 12 countries. Other key services include dry docking services, lay-up services, new building supervision, Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) and green ship recycling.