Traditional logbooks have always been used on ships to document internal activities, to comply with rules, to communicate with the authorities and so on. If you are tired of manually creating log book entries, electronic logbooks can support you in electronically recording daily on-board operations and to replace the traditional paper logbooks.
Through InfoSHIP® ELB, data is standardized and very easy to search and analyze, resulting in daily reporting being dramatically less time consuming and reducing the workload of both the officers on board and on shore. Our system has been designed to help fully replace traditional paper logbooks on board; lots of checks have been implemented in the software to prevent the users from the possible errors that can occur with manual input.
InfoSHIP® Electronic Log Book complies with current international maritime regulations, all mandatory standards and the major flag states requirements.
Every vessel has its own installation, the office collects data from all ships and data exchange is synchronized.
InfoSHIP® ELB has been designed to allow users to improve their record keeping operations and comply with international regulations. It’s also useful in sharing records with the on-land offices which currently have no direct access to the hardcopies on board. Installing the software means having data readily available to be double-checked by people on shore, reducing the risk of possible fines or major non-conformities.
Shows data validation messages to help users enter daily soundings correctly, or warn them about entry errors.
Help any oil tanker of 150 GT and above to keep up to date oil cargo, ballast and tanks information.
Generates the Oil Record Book reports in the official template required by MARPOL and IMO regulations.
Support owner/operator to record noxious liquid substances in bulk, in compliance with MARPOL.
Collects the data of fuel consumption and steaming time for the creation of Daily Noon Report.
Enable ships to keep track of the garbage with estimated amount incinerated or discharged.