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IMO2020 & Digitalization,
The Keys for Sustainable Shipping?

From 1st January 2020, the new International Maritime Organization (IMO) Low Sulfur Regulation require all shipping companies to reduce their Sulfur emissions by 85%. Ships using fuels with a sulfur content above 0.5% will be banned, compared with 3.5% in 2019 backwards.
Why are such aggressive regulations necessary? How can ships comply? How can digitalization help to meet and manage the IMO2020 regulations?
In this white paper, we look to the future of the maritime sector and expose how OSE Engineering helps the digitalization of the maritime industry.

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Real Driving Emissions,
Solving the Challenges Through Digitalization.

The recent VW dieselgate scandal revealed that there is a minority of the very latest generation of diesel passenger cars with NOx emissions level several times above the regulatory limit. This happens as soon as they are tested outside the narrow boundary of the official measurement protocol and despite the fact that those vehicles are equipped with dedicated technologies that could reduce the emissions in those same driving conditions.
In this paper we show how digitalization can help car manufacturers achieve low real-world pollutant emissions.

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