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Author: Rebecca Gibson/Wednesday, May 3, 2017/Categories: News, Marine operations
Marine innovation company Reygar has launched a new fleet monitoring system that enables passenger ship and other vessel operators to gain detailed insights into all aspects of fleet performance and health.
BareFLEET automatically gathers a comprehensive set of engine, navigation, motion and health data, including fuel efficiency, carbon dioxide emissions, vertical heave motion, tower impact and push-on force, plus an indication of motion sickness.
Particularly useful for fleet operational and maintenance managers, BareFLEET can issue daily or weekly vessel and fleet reports. These reports provide a single-page overview of vessels’ track, fuel efficiency, motion and impact, machinery health and weather conditions. Senior management can also access reports showing trends in overall fleet utility, performance and health, aggregated over weeks or months. The live status of vessels can also be viewed via a web portal.
“At the core of BareFLEET is the presentation of information in a clear and simple way, whether it’s highly detailed diagnostic and performance data for engineers or straightforward, easy to understand KPI information across a fleet for senior management,” said Chris Huxley-Reynard, managing director of Reygar. “As well as directly saving our customers money by helping to improve efficiency, BareFLEET allows fleet operators to demonstrate that they’re meeting their contractual obligations, while taking suitable care of all personnel onboard. BareFLEET does this automatically, leaving skippers free to concentrate on operating the vessel.”
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