Fedor is a specialist in data science and digital twins at Deltares and Delft University of Technology. His goal is to create virtual clones of the environment that are data-driven, interactive, visually attractive and exploratory. He combines his unique academic background in engineering (PhD in coastal engineering) and behavioural sciences (MSc in psychology) with his outstanding technological skills. Fedor applies his approach in different fields, such as ports and waterways, reservoirs and coastal regions.
Articles By Fedor Baart
In the 2015 Paris agreement, countries committed to implementing measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to limit global warming. For the maritime industry specifically, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has proposed measures for energy efficiency of vessels and candidate measures regarding fuel choice and speed optimisation. This article aims to contribute to the latter by showing how logistical simulations can be used to optimise fleet operations. We will illustrate this in the form of a conceptual case using one cutter and a range of barge fleets. Running simulations with all possible fleets, we will demonstrate the value of extra energy-based alternatives to challenge the fastest, cheapest and most flexible alternatives.