i4 Insight, makers of a system that gives a solitary factor of accessibility for several information streams as well as applications, is partnering with FNT at Sea Services to integrate ‘Condition Monitoring’, a solution that utilizes innovative analytics as well as picking up information to forecast equipment integrity as well as avoid break downs, onto the i4 Insight system.
Together, Condition Monitoring as well as the i4 Insight system give a reliable surveillance remedy to assist maritime business know higher functional performance as well as boosted fleet efficiency.
Condition Monitoring boosts the accessibility as well as integrity of equipment while taking care of the danger of unforeseeable break downs. It uses a comprehensive mix of innovative innovations to figure out tools problem as well as possibly forecast tools failing. Maritime organisations that make use of Condition Monitoring can experience much less downtime, higher expense efficiency of extra components, as well as decreased overtime for reacting to emergency situation break downs. FNT is a Class accepted supplier of problem surveillance solutions in the maritime sector worldwide.
Xenofon Nikolakopoulos, Managing Director of FNT at Sea Services stated, “We believe that Condition Monitoring is the key element for any maintenance strategy in the future. Condition Monitoring provides the tools for more cost effective and efficient asset management. Working with i4 Insight and Lloyd’s Register is a great opportunity to share our ideas and solutions with the maritime industry to move forward toward a more efficient digital future.”
Joel Meltzner, Chief Executive Officer of i4 Insight, a Lloyd’s Register firm stated, “Partnership is an integral component of our success, and that is why we created the ‘i4 Alliance’, which comprises leading maritime industry partners across the globe. We are excited to partner with FNT and offer Condition Monitoring as part of the i4 platform.”
“The ability to help maritime organisations better predict vessel reliability and prevent breakdowns is one more step toward our mission of ensuring a more sustainable shipping industry. Our goal is to provide an integrated set of products and services that help companies drive increased efficiency into their operations.”
Sea News, January 15