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enginei will feature on the Royston stand at the International Workboat Show 2018 (Photo: Royston)

New VEM Technology Leads for Royston

Diesel power specialist Royston said it will showcase new developments for 2018, including Vessel Energy Monitoring (VEM), at the International Workboat Show.VEM technology, which provides information about a vessel’s architecture and energy levels, as well as efficiency improvement recommendations, is part of Royston’s enginei product, which delivers cost savings and operational efficiencies for offshore vessel and workboat operators.The system records fuel consumption data from bunkers and individual engines, with data provided onboard and onshore.

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Royston Bringing Advanced Monitoring Tech to SMM

Advanced fuel monitoring and energy management technology, designed to deliver significant cost benefits for vessel operators, will be among the key attractions on the Royston diesel power SMM stand.Royston, an internationally based company operating in the global maritime sector for over 40 years, is an authorized representative for Niigata, GE, Yanmar, Volvo Penta, Scania, Napier Turbochargers.With bases in the U.K., Australia and West Africa, it works closely with customer fleets carrying out engine replacement or maintenance…

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New Tool Enables Optimum Vessel Speeds

Diesel power specialist Royston has developed a special ecospeed analysis capability as part of its enginei electronic fuel management system (EFMS) to enable ship operators to identify and maintain optimum vessel speeds for efficient fuel usage.Devised with marine engineering specialists from Newcastle University, Royston has developed a new ecospeed algorithm based on speed modeling and an analysis of vessel operating data, correlating and synchronizing information from different…

The new enginei module from Royston improves the monitoring of onboard and onshore fuel tank inventories. (Photo: Royston)

New Tank Module Boost Fuel Inventory Capabilities

Improved monitoring of onboard and onshore fuel tank inventories, is provided for vessel owners and bunker operators with a new module from Royston Diesel Power. The latest enhancement to Royston’s advanced enginei fuel monitoring system, the tank monitoring module features EFMS (Electronic Fuel Monitoring System) technology to provide real-time inventory measurement capabilities. enginei accurately records data by monitoring bunker deliveries and individual engine consumption, with the data presented on touchscreen monitors installed on the bridge and in engine control rooms.

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Fuel Data Analysis Improves Performance

Enginei fuel monitoring systems provide comprehensive fuel data analysis and reporting options to provide vessel owners and operators with detailed engine performance and other mission critical information. To support workboats, offshore support fleets and inland waterway operators along the U.S. Gulf Coast, enginei’s regional representative is the Houma, La.-based Bow 2 Stern Technologies, who will also be present at this year’s International WorkBoat Show in New Orleans. Enginei…

Enginei schematic (Photo: Enginei)

Royston Upgrades Engine Fuel Management

Royston upgraded its enginei fuel management system with the addition of a new emissions monitoring capability. Building on the enhanced fuel data analysis and engine performance reporting options provided by the enginei technology, the latest version of the system incorporates a special engine profile-based emissions analysis feature. Operating without the need for an exhaust gas analyzer, the new system developed by Royston captures key engine performance data, engine and fuel specifications…

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New Enginei Automatic Vessel Mode Detection

Diesel power specialist Royston has developed an advanced automode detection capability for its enginei fuel management system. The latest development is in line with the recent IMO requirement that ships over 5,000 gt should report fuel consumption to their flag states and will enable more accurate monitoring of fuel consumption and vessel emissions to be made. The enginei system uses volumetric or mass flow measurement for enhanced fuel data analysis and reporting options incorporating detailed performance data, fuel optimization rates and mission critical information.

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Marine Fuel Management Tech Launched in Mexico

Diesel power specialist Royston has expanded the worldwide distribution network for its Enginei marine fuel management system with new sales representation in Mexico. The newly created IntellFuel de Mexico will provide sales, distribution and technical service support for the Enginei system, which uses powerful data collection software to significantly expand the range of real time fuel, engine performance and voyage data used for crucial fuel analysis and optimization decisions.

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Royston's Enginei Fuel Management System

Growing ship owner focus on vessel performance issues, with accurate bunkering and fuel management reporting, has prompted an upsurge in interest in marine engine monitoring systems. Diesel power specialist Royston reports that its Enginei fuel management system has been particularly successful in Nigeria, with the fuel monitoring system now being installed in 25 vessels and a similar number planned for installation in the coming months. To meet demand in Nigeria, Royston sells, installs and provides servicing back-up using its own factory trained engineers with local support where required.

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Enginei Fuel Management System Upgraded

Diesel power engineering specialist Royston has introduced a next-generation version of its fuel management system, Enginei. The new integrated system, with a range of enhanced fuel data analysis and reporting options, has been developed in consultation with vessel operators and owners who are putting greater importance on the availability of detailed engine and mission critical information. To meet these demands the new Enginei system uses data collection software to expand the range of fuel, engine performance and voyage data used for crucial fuel analysis and optimization decisions.

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New Fuel Management System Launched

Diesel power engineering specialist Royston has introduced a next generation version of its Enginei fuel management system. According to the developer, the new integrated system, with a range of enhanced fuel data analysis and reporting options, has been developed in consultation with vessel operators and owners who are putting greater importance on the availability of detailed engine and mission critical information. To meet these demands the new Enginei system uses powerful data collection software to expand the range of fuel…