Healthy engines save money. A small to medium-sized ship can typically save £100k a year in fuel and 580 tonnes of CO2 simply by running at maximum efficiency. Whilst unexpected engine faults can cause catastrophic failure, resulting in unplanned downtime and repairs that can cost in excess of £350k.
However, keeping them at optimum health is not easy. Even the very best condition monitoring systems lack sufficient granularity of detail, fail to give early enough indications and rarely adapt to the specific engine and its environment. After five year’s research and development, we now offer a solution that USES Artificial Intelligence to accurately monitor the health of any engine in real time and predict future faults long before any other form of health monitoring.