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MORSε - Maritime Operations Records Suite for ε-logs

Devoted to digitalization in the shipping industry, Prevention at Sea Ltd (“[email protected]”), an LR certified Maritime Technology company based in Cyprus, has recently announced the launch of the web-based solution MORSε. By utilizing the Greek letter ‘ε’ in all their software products, Prevention at Sea presents a unique web-based platform dedicated to Ship’s Electronic Log Books which also has the ability to communicate with existing software systems utilized by a company i.e. PMS etc.

By listening to the industry’s needs for more e-log books, [email protected] invested on the development of a platform that would accommodate ship’s log books and go above and beyond the standards in overcoming complications encountered due to the industry’s mobility and increased operational demands and complications.
Based on its significant maritime and technological experience as well as the tremendous feedback received from stakeholders and clients, [email protected] proudly announced the launching of the M.O.R.S.ε. platform (Maritime Operations Records Suite for ε-logs).

M.O.R.S.ε. is a state-of-the-art platform built with the latest Microsoft technologies and is MEPC 312(74) compliant.

The Platform is an innovative concept, designed to assist Vessels and Shipping Companies to seamlessly transfer their operations to the digital era. This is achieved by digitalizing Log Books and offering an alternative and more effective process to materialize day-to-day logging and information sharing.

It is based on a flexible and modular system architecture which, by design, takes into consideration the latest technological Microsoft advancements, trends, Cloud benefits and security practices to allow high scalability and data encryption.

MORSε is a centralised platform for hosting all Ship Logbooks in electronic format. It allows integration of data between each logbook simplifying the data entry process and enabling an all-rounded robust identification of errors, diagnostics and pattern recognition, while at the same time it allows remote access on ship’s records from ashore.