Dataloy now offers customers the possibility to run the complete Voyage Management System as a hosted service. No servers, databases or drivers are required on the users PC and the user simply starts the system from a web page. As of now, Dataloy serves customers from three worldwide hubs.
With several major ship-owners bringing their ships online, the concept of an online vessel client able to serve the VMS with vital up to date data is becoming a reality. Dataloy is cooperating with two major shipping companies to prototype the new developments and the online client will be built on Dataloy’s new web architecture. [...]
Dataloy will launch it’s first module on a brand new architecture this spring. The Positions Dashboard will give the users a complete and instant overview of all open cargo and vessel positions as well as a combined mark to market view also taking FFA positions and market indices into consideration. Dataloy has been working on [...]
As a continuation of Dataloy’s strategy as an open platform, work has commenced to integrate the VMS system with the latest newcomer in the DA processing field, DIABOS. Two-way integration As Dataloy recently launched a standard way of appointing agents from within the system, the integration with DIABOS will be two-way. The user will be [...]
Lightering operations through ship-to-ship transfers (STS) poses the ultimate challenge in terms of operational complexity and timing. With up to three vessels involved on a single job and rapidly changing schedules, systems must be designed with care to tackle the dynamics of the business. Dataloy is currently working on implementing extensions in the Voyage Management System (VMS) to enable customers to efficiently and accurately handle the lightering processes within the system.
Dataloy is now in the progress of implementing an Air Emission Module designed to calculate and automate the reporting of air emissions generated by a customer’s fleet of vessels.