Marine innovation company Reygar has partnered with Actisense, a
manufacturer of specialist marine electronics, to enhance the
capability of Reygar's BareFLEET remote fleet monitoring system.
BareFLEET offers comprehensive measurement capabilities, as well
as simple and concise vessel performance, health, motion and fuel
efficiency information reported back to fleet operators. This
helps them reduce fleet operating costs and evidence savings and
vessel activity to their customers.
Actisense offer a range of specialist marine electronic products
allowing vessel navigational and engine data to be gathered and
converted between different protocols. Actisense equipment can be
fully integrated into BareFLEET to allow data to be gathered from
a wide range of older marine diesel engines, as well to maximize
data capture from existing instrumentation on the vessel such as
hull speed sensors, wind anemometers, gyros and DGPSs.
Chris Huxley-Reynard, managing director of Reygar, said,
"Combining the highly innovative reporting features of BareFLEET
with the versatility and dependability of Actisense's electronics
further broadens the capabilities of BareFLEET whilst still
keeping the system affordable for small and large commercial
Danny Thrasher, head of sales and operations at Actisense, said,
"There is a great synergy between our products and BareFLEET
which are both designed to maximize effectiveness and make life
easier onboard vessels."