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The Transferable DT4GS (Digital Twin for Green Shipping) architecture!

Konnecta and Inlecom are delighted to introduce the Transferable DT4GS (Digital Twin for Green Shipping) architecture, an outcome of rigorous research aimed at fostering sustainable practices in the shipping industry. This architecture serves as the foundation for a platform that integrates digital twinning, knowledge graphs, and edge computing, offering a scalable solution for ship decarbonization. […]

GLM partner’s contribution to GS Operational Optimisation of Digital Twin.

GLM has contributed to defining the specifications for a worldwide use case aimed at streamlining the implementation of a prototype Digital Twin (DT) framework for optimizing fleet performance. This involved a thorough analysis of the generic use case, breaking it down into sub-categories based on the unique characteristics outlined in LL4 for Phase 1. Additionally, […]

DANAOS partner progresses on the DT4GS Model Blueprints and Open Model Library!

DANAOS presented a holistic approach involving a variety of multidisciplinary frameworks that will facilitate the employment of a core module of the broader DT4GS framework, namely the OML (Open Model Library). More specifically DAN experimented with a set of steaming tools that aim to largely simplify and automate the way the various models and their […]

A progress report on Ship and company specific DT configuration and Deployment support services by DANAOS partner!

For the task T3.2, DANAOS specified requirements from the four LLs (use cases involving phase one of the decarbonization roadmap-operational optimization, data acquisition systems, etc). The requirements and specifications gathered from the LLs defined a preliminary architectural overview of the DT configuration and deployment support services framework. The envisaged framework will assist shipowners to achieve […]

Progress on the LL4 STARBULK Bulkers-centric DT

In the context of DT4GS, Starbulk selected one of their big size vessels, the m/v Maharaj, being a Newcastlemax-size vessel with cargo capacity of about 210,000 mtons.    Starbulk has managed to install onboard Maharaj a high frequency data collection system, named VPM. The VPM system is consisted of: In addition to the “engine room data”, […]