This deliverable reports on the status, advancements and future plans of the miniaturized optoacoustic (OA) black carbon (BC) sensor. It includes a short overview of existing black carbon [...]
This deliverable is a Demonstration Report that builds on previous SCIPPER Deliverable D1.2 – S-AIS/exactSeNS integration with existing on-board engine management software, and data [...]
Within the scope of the SCIPPER project, long-term sensor monitoring of real-life engine emissions of ships were investigated. The objectives of this report are: – Evaluation and real-life [...]
In this review, state of the art remote systems are presented which are currently in use for the measurement and monitoring of emissions from seagoing ships.
This document reports a new, ultra-sensitive, sniffer-based system for remote compliance monitoring of the fuel sulfur content (FSC) in by-passing ships demonstrated in the 3rd SCIPPER campaign
This report focuses on best practice in remote compliance monitoring of FSC and discusses whether or not the same methods can be applied to investigate if ships comply with the NOx IMO limits and [...]
This report summarises the main results obtained in SCIPPER WP2 considering the use of satellite observations for shipping emission monitoring, with a special focus on single ship detection.
D2.5 Compliance of ships with sulphur regulations in the Mediterranean and Baltic/North Seas regions
This deliverable summarizes the results of a large amount of fuel sulphur content measurements data that have been collected in the framework of SCIPPER project.
Within SCIPPER a large data amount of remotely measured Fuel Sulphur Content (FSC) have been gathered. These FSC data are calculated from measurements of SO2, CO2 and NO in the plumes of ships [...]