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Korean navy implements condition monitoring system

Maintenance technology company ESRG reports that its OstiaEdge SmartShip Remote Monitoring and Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) package has been delivered to the Republic of Korea Navy for installation on a number of new vessels.

The new FFX-class multi-purpose frigates and KMLS-II mine layer ship will use the CBM, incorporating real-time equipment health monitoring and predictive diagnostics, to manage maintenance and operation of shipboard equipment.

ESRG says that is partnering exclusively with L-3 MAPPS to supply the OstiaEdge SmartShip product to the Korean Naval market.

The product has already been deployed on one ship, and there are five further installations currently in progress. A contract is in place for this to be extended to another 21 ships over the next 10 years.

OstiaEdge SmartShip combines Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery models with a Mimosa-compliant open architecture, which has an onboard footprint of less than one square foot and a shipboard software installation time of less than one hour.

No shipboard IT staff are needed to install or maintain the system, and ESRG says that onboard and shore-based users can get up to speed with less than 30 minutes of training.

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