The presentation will address how “High Dimensional Maritime Data Collection and Analytics” shapes the present and the future of shipping, through extensive utilization of the vast amount of maritime data that are produced onboard the vessels, transforming them into information intelligence. LAROS platform wireless technologies will be presented, as a unique middleware today among ships sensors, control systems and maritime companies to achieve complete situation awareness in operation, better control and regulatory compliance, predictive maintenance and cooperation between crew and HQ’s.
The ability to manage all data and information from different systems onboard in a safe and efficient manner will be addressed as a new level of possibility to analyze and monitor situations, critical operations, and adverse conditions and to increase performance awareness. Reference will be made to dimensions’ reduction for detailed and comprehensive performance monitoring, employing case studies with thorough analysis of high dimensional data.
The presentation will show that significant value is added, when the operational data analyzed and integrated along with other key data. The presentation will also address how high dimensional data in marine engineering brings new challenges for prognosis and forecasting.
Finally, a case study with high dimensional data analysis will be presented referred to “Asymmetric Container Ship Performance when encountered Heavy Weather”.