A new fuel monitoring system has been launched by Auramarine, a Finnish company.
Xenemetrix is field-testing its new Petro-Marine XRF TM monitoring system, with its Canadian parent company Eurocontrol Technics Group announcing that it has started a pilot project with a shipping company headquartered in Israel.
Krill Systems, an American developer of fuel monitoring systems, has introduced a new bunkering software.
Inatech is set to launch a new software system called Optimizer, that it says will provide guidance to shipping companies on how much fuel to buy at which port, in order to save money.
Japanese companies Eco Marine Power (EMP) and KEI System (KEI) have announced that they will release later this year the Aquarius Monitoring and Automation System (MAS), a marine computer system capable of monitoring and/or controlling equipment on ships including wind and solar power devices, as well as monitoring fuel consumption.
PSM, a UK-based manufacturer of marine control instrumentation, has developed a system which detects unauthorised removal of bunker fuel and lubricant oil from storage cargo and service tanks on offshore and river fuel distribution vessels.
Nautical Control Solutions (NCS) has announced that its FuelTrax marine fuel management system has been granted patent protection by the European Patent Office (EPO).
Irish fleet operator Ardmore Shipping is equipping its tankers with SkySails’ Performance Monitor, a software system designed to measure onboard fuel and operational efficiency.
American firm ESRG has announced that its OstiaEdge monitoring suite will integrate a new range of data which can help ship owners and managers measure the fuel efficiency of a ship or of an entire fleet.
Inatech has launched the cloud version of its fuel procurement software ShipTECH. This platform, which has existed as on-premise software for a year, is designed to help shipping lines cut their fuel costs by bunkering in ports where prices are lower and by streamlining the buying process.
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