Maritime Emissions Monitoring Platform
SailPlan helps ships measure, report, and reduce emissions and fuel consumption using high-resolution, real-time data. Find out how direct emissions measurement technology can help you.
SailPlan’s platform – Cloud API, Dashboard, and Mobile Apps – sync with Continuous Emissions Monitors (CEMS) to show real-time CO2, CH4, NOx, SO2, H20, and PM, fuel consumption, high-resolution engine data, and more. IMO DCS and EU MRV compliant.
With SailPlan, you will receive an immediate monetary and environmental ROI and identify the key emissions and fuel consumption reduction opportunities for each ship in your fleet.
Reporting fuel and emissions data is to stakeholders from a single ship or your entire fleet is seamless. Using SailPlan’s one-click fuel and emissions reporting tool makes emissions reporting simple, easy, and effective.
NOT ANOTHER ALGORITHMIC SOLUTION
High Resolution Real Time Data is Different
We understand your business because we’ve been there before.
Integrated hardware, software, and data modeling ensure affordability and scalability across your fleet without sacrificing precision.
Measurements, not estimates, of greenhouse gas emissions and fuel consumption
SailPlan is an investment in your operation.
SailPlan for Ships
SailPlan’s technology for ships can help reduce fuel and maintenance costs by more than $767k per year, per ship while saving over 600 metric tons of CO2.
SailPlan for Ports and Terminals
Monitor high resolution air quality and a 360 degree footprint of energy consumption and emissions across your port or terminal.
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SailPlan’s Charlotte Runzel participated in a panel discussion this week at the Virginia Maritime Association’s International Trade Symposium on Decarbonizing the Supply Chain with experts in the industry, including Heather Wood of CMA CGA, Keith VanBenschoten of Interchange, Randy Bayles of Norfolk Southern Corporation, and Steve Jernigan of Nissan Motor Corporation.