Marlink subsidiary Telemar has signed a service maintenance deal with Fairplay Towage to deliver bridge maintenance services across 50 of the company’s vessels.
Load Line Marine has signed a two-year OnWatch Scout Predict agreement with MacGregor to support operation and maintenance of its fleet.
Tero Marine has launched TM Insights solution, an interactive visualisation tool that converts real-time data into intuitive reports and charts. When measured against pre-determined KPIs, the tool identifies trends and uncovers hidden problem areas so remedial action can be taken to improve operational efficiency.
Flagship Founders has launched its first start-up, Kaiko Systems, which uses intelligent data analysis to prevent vessel downtime.
German-based maritime software provider Hanseaticsoft has announced that its cloud-based planned maintenance solution has been certified by DNV GL, highlighting its compliance with all recognised industry standards. This module was also recently certified by Lloyd’s Register.
After having almost completed the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) Initial Survey, Zeaborn Ship Management is among the first ship managers to digitise the Inventory of Hazardous Materials Maintenance.
Innovation Norway has provided support for Greek software provider Ulysses Systems Hellas and Norway’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions provider VesselMan to develop an integrated Planned Maintenance System and project management tool for technical projects. The joint project is part of the Greece Business Innovation program.
UK headquartered tech firm SRO Solutions has completed a 14-month contract to replace the asset management software system on six vessels operated by Stena Drilling.
Wärtsilä’s digital predictive maintenance product, Expert Insight, has been extended to support 2-stroke engines.
Lloyd’s Register (LR) has reported that as much as 40 per cent of maintenance work carried out by Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel operators is unnecessary. By reducing these unwarranted manhours, operators could save on average almost £600,000 per asset each year, which is equivalent to £15m per asset over its lifetime.
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