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Risk Analysis of Ship Operations: Research and Case Studies of Shipboard AccidentsRisk Analysis of Ship Operations: Research and Case Studies of Shipboard Accidents

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One of the main contributions of quality standards, such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001 is the self-assessment requirement of a company. To facilitate such an assessment, a company must implement certain key performance indicators (KPIs). A company may measure its performance with respect to those KPIs, which should be simple and shared among a company’s departments and occasionally among its employees. A critical issue is that the KPIs should be capable of measuring many different aspects of a company, such as human resources, knowledge management, finance and infrastructure. The goal of these standards is customer satisfaction which, for a ship operator may be his/her flag state, PSC authorities, charterers or insurance companies.


There are several examples in the business world with KPIs which however are generic and insufficient for the maritime industry. Therefore Nautilus software is using a set of KPIS measuring the performance of a company abased in its goals. A key aspect is that the decision maker may adjust the weighting of his/her KPIs.





This application was developed in order to comply with EU Directive 1999/93/EC for digital signatures.


Easy, Simple, Reliable solution for:

  • Paperless management systems
  • Secure email correspondence 




 Adverse Weather Navigator


As per IMO circulars MSC 1228 addresses the operational indications to avoid dangerous phenomena occurring in adverse weather conditions as below:

  • Surf-riding in following or quartering areas
  • Successive high wave attack in following and quartering areas
  • Parametric rolling motion

The Adverse Weather Navigator is an application that simplifies the IMO suggested calculations and indicates to a ship’s master when his/her ship is at risk.



Distance Learning Platforms


The necessity for continuous training on-board ships is a regulatory demand as per STCW. The Manila amendments refer to distance learning as an option for ship managers to educate the crew members of their ships. This Computer Based System provides the following functions:

  1. Flexible navigation  menu
  2. Assessment is carried out with random questions
  3. Exam results are saved in an encrypt mode 




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