Monday, June 17, 2019

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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…

BMT Showcases Monitoring Portfolio

BMT SMART Ltd. showcased its performance monitoring portfolio at this year’s SMM. The SMART suite of solutions works by continually collecting vessel performance data and presenting key information to the crew via the ship’s computer displays, and BMT SMART’s new web interface offers easy to use dashboards. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) help enable optimum vessel performance decisions. The performance data is automatically transmitted ashore, where it is stored on secure servers…