Power options carrier Cummins on Tuesday introduced a remote surveillance service for aquatic vessels called PrevenTech Marine.
PrevenTech displays Cummins- powered possessions from another location, utilizing connection, huge information, progressed analytics, and also IoT to aid stay clear of unintended downtime via the innovative discovery, reporting, and also medical diagnosis of prospective engine health and wellness problems, Cummins claimed.
Rachel Bridges, Cummins Director and also General Manager of Global Marine, claimed, “PrevenTech delivers deeper, actionable insights around the health and performance of Cummins engines and genset controls for customer peace of mind. We have and will continue to explore the most efficient and convenient ways to make this value-add information to suit all marine applications.”
Cummins claimed that PrevenTech Marine will certainly be provided to Cummins- powered customers in mid-2021.
“It will be initially offered through integration with Siren Marine, a leader in Cloud-based Connected Boat technology, providing actionable data to commercial and recreational propulsion engine customers. Siren Marine’s technology enables vessel-wide monitoring allowing customers to track and manage vessels and fleets through a convenient online portal,” Cummins claimed.
Cummins claimed that its PrevenTech options are likewise offered for applications throughout extra sectors, consisting of mining, oil and also gas, rail, and also will certainly quickly be presented for on-highway and also electrical car applications.