25 May '17 Meet Marorka at Nor-Shipping 2017
Marorka will be participating in this year’s Nor Shipping Exhibition in Oslo, Norway. This is the sixth time we take part in this prestigious event.
Nor-Shipping takes place from 30 May –2 June. Visitors will be able to view our Fleet Performance Service at our stand #B02-23.
Our representatives will be showing demonstration systems and answering questions about our energy and performance management solutions.
The team consists of Fridtjof Rohde, CSO, Palmar Sveinn Olafsson, Regional Director America and Europe, Oskar Sigthorsson, Marorka Online Product Manager, Haraldur Orri Bjornsson, Advisory and Solrun Saemundsen, Marketing Manager.
Monday 29 May, 11:00 – 12:30, Felix Aker Brygge, Oslo.
Haraldur Orri Bj0rnsson will be presenting “MARORKA PERFORMANCE SERVICE AND THE LATEST DEVELOPMENT IN REAL-TIME DATA DRIVEN ANALYTICS”.
FROM WASTE TO WOW!– accessing untapped onboard energy potential
Shipowners wouldn’t throw away fuel, so why are they failing to harness the potential of untapped onboard energy?
With a range of innovative technologies, owners and operators can optimize the energy efficiency of their assets – turning mechanical energy into electrical power, recovering heat energy, utilizing cutting edge software to refine energy use, and much more.
It’s time for a new approach. Vessels can produce as well as consume, and re-use rather than release. Shipping needs to start exploring that huge potential and, in an age of ever-tighter cost and environmental constraints, embrace the wow factor.
Thursday 01 June, at 10:30, Disruptive Room, Hall A
Fridtjof Rohde will host the DISRUPTIVE TALKS, “CAN DATA CREATE A KNOWLEDGE LOOP TO ENABLE SHIPBUILDERS TO COPY AVIATION?
Can data create a knowledge loop to enable shipbuilders to copy aviation?
Can we trust your data? While there is as much talk about who owns the data, the question could be turned around to whether the data is good enough to be shared and then used to improve the industry as a whole. With owners and operators able to collect increased amounts of data, are they able, and indeed wiling, to share the results and allow increased value in the industry? If shipyards and naval architects could, like the airplane makers, gain operational data for an asset‘s life would they be able to make ever better increases in their designs?
We look forward to seeing you there.