enginei is a vessel energy management system aimed at offshore vessels and workboats; delivering cost benefits to operators.
The system accurately records fuel consumption data from bunkers and individual engines, with data presented onboard and onshore. The system transfers data from ship to shore where it can be accessed through a simple web dashboard and GPS mapping to show a vessel’s full operational profile and to enable maximum operating efficiencies to be maintained.
The system has the ability to take an unlimited number of sensor inputs and interpret the information into data which the operator can use to improve performance optimisation. Data including weather and engine parameters such as lube oil temperature / pressure, cylinder temperature, coolant temperature and boost pressure as well as parish tax geo-fencing for the brown water market, emissions monitoring and tank gauging. For those wishing for a cost-effective alternative to installing flow meter sensors then electronic engine CAN bus fuel data can be utilised.
New developments for 2018 include Vessel Energy Monitoring (VEM) which is aimed to provide information about the vessel’s architecture, the level of energy available, how much is lost and how it can be saved or converted.
For more information or a demonstration please visit the team on our booth or visit our website www.enginei.co.uk
enginei is a vessel fuel management and monitoring system. enginei has been designed specifically for workboats and offshore vessels and enables flow measurement of engine consumption and bunker activity,as well as data logging with interactive on-board displays and remote transfer to a web management portal. enginei is ideal for vessel operators looking to optimize fuel consumption, control fuel use and build accurate data for both fuel consumption and bunker transfer. New developments for the brown water market include parish tax geo-fencing; as well as emissions monitoring and tank gauging.
Computer / Software / Internet
Electronics / Communications
Fuel / Lubricants
Propulsion / Power