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Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII)

Fleet managers should monitor the Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) to avoid the expense of inefficient shipmanagement. CII is a consolidated KPI indicating a ship's operating energy efficiency performance in terms of CO2 emissions per ship capacity per mile
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From 2023, the CII thresholds and reduction requirements will take effect for all cargo, RoPax, and cruise vessels above 5,000 GT and trading internationally, as referred to in regulation 28 of MARPOL Annex VI. The CII ratings and limits are named as A to E. Going forwards these limits will be reduced annually.

Ships that fall into the category from D or E have a high exposure to finance, charter, and regulatory risks and penalties. They will require a plan that will outline how the CII rating will be improved to a rating of C, or higher, as part of its Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP).
The Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) is a consolidated KPI indicating a ship's operating energy efficiency performance in terms of CO2 emissions per ship, per mile. Depending on ship type it also references the deadweight or gross tonnage
Marine Digital has created an innovative web dashboard indicating the fleet CII, with its historical dynamics and a future forecast. The initial CII assessment is based on historical data and the ships' digital twins.
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This assessment is indicative of status. However as it is populated across a fleet in a day it gives a transparent summary that allows operators to assess performance, trends and see the gaps to prioritize. The Marine Digital advantage is that CII assessment is synchronized with SEEMP factor analysis. This will clearly show the potential for the fleet's operational improvement. Thus answering the question of how much extra can be gained without upgrading onboard equipment.

Higher tiers of our solution include an onboard digital reporting system and non-invasive sensor data collecting. These provide exact CII calculation, real-time monitoring, and reporting capability according to the regulatory requirements.
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Marine Digital FOS can be integrated with other system and third-party's solutions through the API. To implement vessel performance monitoring for any vessel, we are using mathematical algorithms, machine learning and the same equipment as in FOS. The more data we collect from vessels, the more precise reports and recommendations our system will perform according to your individual requirements in fleet management.


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