All rankings and current standings in the Oceans One challenge.
Reducing the ecological footprint of the maritime sector is a journey we undertake together. Oceans One facilitates that journey. Together we start a movement! Join, participate or contribute now. In the graphs below you see an overview of our progress as a community.
Is your favorite team in the lead, or do they have to go all out to rise in the rankings? You can follow the current status in the graphs below.
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Christmas mission 2021
Instead of a white Christmas, this mission focuses on a green Christmas! Many thanks to the Royal Netherlands Navy for taking this initiative. Kudos to you all! How to become the winner of this Christmas challenge? The crew that reduces their energy consumption during their time alongside for Christmas and New Year the most, meanwhile sharing exciting and fun videos of how they achieved that result! Last year the Zr.Ms. Doorman alone already saved 200 kW per hour (approximately 17.000 euro during a winter break). Also see this SITREP. Let’s raise the bar!
The Global Methane Removal Program
The Global Methane Removal Program (founded by Peter Fiekowsky) wants to ensure the flourishing and survival of humankind by preventing a climate disaster through rapid methane release from the arctic. The technology used in this programme is called ‘iron salt aerosol’ (ISA). These are particles in the atmosphere that help in the natural process of methane removal through chlorine atoms (from sea salt). Methane is a greenhouse gas like CO2, but it is 80 times stronger! Furthermore, it currently causes about 1/3rd of the global greenhouse effect.
Mini symposium Data Driven Maintenance
Friday November 13, the mini symposium on data driven maintenance will be organized by IMarEST BeNeLux Branch. Speakers such as Dr Andrea Coraddu, Assistant Professor in the Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine Engineering at the University of Strathclyde; Patrik Strand, General Manager, Product Management Performance Services in the Marine Power Business at Wärtsilä; and Bart Pollmann, Marine Engineer Officer in the Royal Netherlands Navy will speak at this mini symposium.
Schepen (bijna) klaar voor Oceans 1
Een revolutie in de maritieme industrie zal nodig zijn om over 10 jaar 40% minder CO2 uit te stoten. De reductie is de ambitie van de Internationale Maritieme Organisatie. Hoe? Bijvoorbeeld door Oceans 1 (One), een wedstrijd tussen vaartuigen die strijden om de meeste CO2-reductie. De competitie moet naast technische, vooral sociale innovatie opleveren: bewustwording bij bemanningen over hun voetprint.
HNLMS Pelikaan Visit
During September one of our staff members went to visit the HNLMS Pelikaan together with a colleague who works for the Ministry of foreign affairs. They attended the crossing from Den Helder to Willemstad Curaçao. During this trip the goals were awareness, action and reaction.
Sustainability in the maritime domain: An ECO-button for ships!
Social innovation meets technical innovation with project ‘ECO-button’! On the 26th of October, this first project within Oceans1 kicked-off. Data for Maintenance, the Defence Materiel Organisation, MARIN, Oceans1 and the crew of an Oceangoing Patrol Vessel (OPV) shared intentions and contributions to an application that will advise crews in real-time with an optimum operation mode and SOA (speed of advance) taking into account actual missions and task, current and weather conditions.
Serious CO2 game
Oceans1 is one of the movements created by OceansX. OceansX generates circumstances that enables intrinsically motivated individuals to unleash their collective potential.
OceansX – Solving by doing.
To what extent is CO2 reduction part of your navigation briefing?
Crew members have different specialisms and therefore different concerns. As a captain you want to be in time. As a chief engineer you want to avoid engine failures. And as a crew member you might want to optimize your personal comfort. These social dilemmas play a role in every team consequently influencing their ecological footprint. But how do you tackle them?
Green Wave at Sea!
Green Wave at Sea! Read an article about the OceansX ONE challenge in ‘Alle Hens’. Get to know the challenge, participants and the final goal of Oceans-one. Curious what we have planned for the future? Check out other projects on our website or contact us for questions or ideas!
RECAP – OceansX ONE Hackathon
In a three-day hackathon, 31 participants divided into 7 teams were challenged to develop algorithms and visualizations based on a dataset of the Royal Netherlands Navy. The goal? Help crews participating in de OceansX 1 challenge reduce their CO2 emissions.
RECAP Day 2 – OceansX ONE hackathon
Wow, looking back at the second day of the OceansX 1 hackathon we experienced a real burst of collective potential!
These teams represent businesses and institutions all across the maritime and IT-sector. From students to hardcore professionals and everything in between.
RECAP Day 1 – OceansX ONE hackathon
With OceansX ONE we have the ambition to become the key momentum driver towards sustainable shipping. Therefore we create a movement by facilitating a challenge in which crews can compete in a friendly and open manner. A competition where sharing knowledge, insights and innovations is more rewarding than beating fellow participants. But winners as we are, we probably want to come out on top after all.
Oceans X ONE Hackathon! Fair winds and following seas!
Today is the start of the Oceans X ONE Hackathon! A unique and inspiring online event with over 30 participants from all parts of the country with one common goal: providing the best supporting algorithms and visualization for use during the Oceans ONE challenge.
Adaptive learning and shared knowledge
We believe fact-based impact will follow once a diverse and inclusive public is engaged. Practitioners in the workplace are best suited to create real change when rightly supported and inspired.
The Oceans X ONE CO2 Challenge focuses on mobilizing individual crews of seagoing vessels to accelerate CO2 reduction through social and technical innovation. By providing customized support, (data-driven) insights, shared knowledge and a sporting gamified environment Oceans X ONE will boost social innovation.
In this video Paul explains how to connect all the different fields of expertise in the maritime sector. He is the mastermind behind the interactive content of our platform.
The idea of our platforms is to create content as we go along. Adaptively providing substance to your needs as a participating crew and also to you as commercial and (non-)governmental organization or institution.
Watch videos of the organization and the contestants.
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Protocols, rules of the game and other important documents
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