Cruise Ship

Integrated cruise ship solutions with focus on high safety for passengers and crew on board.

Environmental Compliance

Focus on environmental compliance, correct passenger handling and protection of the surrounding sea is vital while traversing some of the most beautiful places in the world. Emerson solutions with safety functionalities as well as control and monitoring of processes, ensure that the crew is able to take preventive actions if any abnormalities occur​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​.

Solutions in Action

  • Address the SOLAS Safe Return to Port requirements to ensure safety for passengers, crew and vessel
  • Scalable to fit the size and complexity of cruise ship automation tasks

The system grants you complete overview of different tasks on board via an intuitive and flexible user interface. The system architecture supports any combination of subsystems, such as fuel management, tank level gauging, valve remote control, and auxiliary measurement systems. 

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  • Manage fuel costs with fuel consumption measurements
  • Prevent theft and adulteration with certified bunker measurements
  • Easy and effective fuel switching process for ECA compliance

Fuel measurement is an important parameter that contributes to the overall fuel efficiency of a vessel. All applications require highly accurate and reliable measurement for tighter control and management of fuel burned to realize savings and potential reduction of emissions. Combining fuel measurements with existing tank and flow measurements will yield outstanding fuel integrity securing against theft or adulteration. The fast data flow will enable an up-to-date fleet wide energy baseline and real-time data for in-depth knowledge and efficient planning.

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  • Choose specific features for higher safety, such as LED/Patlock that ensures no movement in valves during check-up
  • Ensure ocean protection in harbors and sights by using bio-degradable oil in the VRC system

The Electro-Hydraulic solution is a great choice for cruise vessels due to it’s compact design that requires a minimum of space. You will achieve a reduction in installation costs by choosing this solution as this requires no hydraulic piping. System easily integrated in the fire zone design of the vessel. Emergency operations with firm mounted or bulkhead mounted actuators and hand pump for manual usage. All these functionalities contribute to the high safety level required for passengers on board cruise vessels. 

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  • Cost efficient with low need for maintenance
  • Easy Access remote maintenance and troubleshooting
  • Flexibility with wide range of tank level gauging technologies

For measuring level in ballast and service tanks, different technologies can be used, such as electro-pneumatic systems and tank level transmitters. These solutions provide flexibility and customized systems that meet requirements for redundancy and division in different fire zones.

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  • Advanced alarm filtering and distribution, enabling alarm indications at the right locations and in relevant situations
  • Integrated audiovisual annunciations benefitting all on board – from captain to on duty engineers

The alarms can be presented on workstations as well as on alarm panels in accommodation and public areas. The Alarm Monitoring System is flexible and can be set up to enable alarm indications at given locations to ensure the correct visualization and handling. A vast number of advanced alarm management functions are included, such as grouping, filtering and presentation to ensure the correct alarm indication in time for easy access and handling.

The Alarm Monitoring System (AMS) can be installed as a stand-alone solution or as a fully embedded part of the Integrated Control and Monitoring System (ICMS).

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  • Integrate and interface to numerous different transmitters and subsystems to broaden the operational overview
  • Customize the range for the specific requirements of your vessel

Various auxiliary measurements and sub-systems can be interfaced and built into the Integrated Control and Monitoring System. This will give your operators advantageous opportunity to plan, monitor and react to disruptions that interfere with operations

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