The first SmartShip technical meeting took place on July 8th at Harokopio University of Athens. Together with other consortium members, BlueSoft participated in the requirements setting towards an Integrated and intelligent fleet management framework for energy efficiency, fuel consumption optimization and ship emissions reduction along with the KPIs for the framework’s validation and evaluation. SmartShip aims to bring together Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) of focused Universities, Research Institutions and Companies oriented into the maritime sector in order to build a holistic integrated ICT-based framework for the sustainable, individualized and completely automated energy management of ships. Participation in this project is aligned with general strategy of BlueSoft of active support and involvement in promoting Circular Economy principles and most importantly, active incorporation into business.
The SmartShip project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and Innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No 823916