Reygar has launched BareFLEET, a new fleet monitoring system that automatically gathers engine, navigational, motion and health data, including fuel efficiency, CO2 emissions, vertical heave motion, tower impact and push-on force, plus an indication of motion sickness.
The system is capable of generating reports for the boardroom, presenting trends in overall fleet utility, performance and health, aggregated over weeks or months. 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, plus machinery health and weather conditions. The live status of vessels can also be viewed via a web portal.
The information available behind these reports means that ship engineers, boat builders and suppliers can drill down into a high level of additional detail for diagnostic, verification or warranty claim purposes. BareFLEET can also connect to third-party Planned Maintenance Systems if needed.
Using GSM-only communications can keep operating costs very low, as all data is stored onboard until a connection becomes available. Satellite communications can also be used when required. For more information, click here.