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Author: Elizabeth Robinson/20 June 2018/Categories: News, Marine operations
Marine innovation company Reygar has launched Digital-DPR, a new system that allows users to manually enter vessel reporting information, which is combined with the data captured automatically by its BareFLEET system to improve fleet management.
BareFLEET automatically records a variety of fleet monitoring data, including machinery health and alarms, fuel efficiency, vessel motion and navigational information. Digital-DPR allows the vessel’s master to enter daily report information into a console that would otherwise be difficult to capture automatically, such as personnel onboard, drills performed and bunker levels.
“We’ve been working closely with CWind on how we can enhance BareFLEET and in particular help to reduce their reporting burden,” said Chris Huxley-Reynard, managing director of Reygar. “The Digital-DPR is an exciting step forward. Essentially, Digital-DPR offers a major enhancement to BareFLEET by allowing for the vast amount of data that’s automatically captured to be combined with information that fleet managers rely on their master and crew to provide. The result is an unparalleled level of insight, which can be tailored when generating reports to suit the needs of internal company or customer reporting requirements.”
Owned by Global Marine Group, CWind’s CTVs play a role in facilitating turbine construction and maintenance for wind turbine operators and the company relies on the data gathered by BareFLEET to reduce vessel downtime and help use staff resources efficiently.
“We’re proud to be leading the way in the specification and adoption of this new technology,” said Josh Brennan, head of fleet CTV at CWind. “Using Digital-DPR alongside BareFLEET helps us to better monitor fleet performance and personnel activity on a day to day basis, plus provides a host of valuable information that can be easily captured and shared with our clients.”
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