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METIS platform offers improved monitoring of critical onboard systems

Athens-based METIS Cyberspace Technology has introduced ‘Live Dashboards’ which it describes as offering live overview of the operational status and performance of critical machinery equipment onboard, in an easy and functional way.

The new platform makes online monitoring and performance evaluation possible, says the company, “for M/E, DGs, boilers, scrubbers and BWTS easier and more effective than ever before.”

Functionality includes a comprehensive overview of the operational status and performance of systems over the last 24 hours, with data obtained automatically through an LR type-approved data acquisition system developed by METIS.

The platform then analyses the data while the voyage is underway and provides required metrics and KPIs, all crucial information being clearly presented in one place for easy access. Customised alerts can also be configured in order to provide notifications for critical events.

For scrubbers and ballast water treatment equipment, METIS records all system parameters and evaluates their performance according to IMO requirements ensuring regulatory compliance and enabling performance evaluation at a glance.

Regarding the M/E and DGs, the platform is said to provide valuable information such as variation of operating & performance parameters versus time, comparison with reference condition (i.e. shop tests and/or sea trials) as well as ISO Correction for specific parameters (i.e. SFOC, Exhaust Gas Temperatures etc).

“We remain passionate about innovation and focused on our promise to empower shipping companies on their digital transformation,” comments the company.

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