Digital fleet management support system

Reygar's Digital-DPR helps operators reduce their reporting burden Reygar's Digital-DPR helps operators reduce their reporting burden
Industry Database

A marine innovation company has developed a new system which it claims offers unparalleled fleet management support and helps operators reduce their reporting burden.

Reygar has developed Digital-DPR, a new system that allows Masters to manually enter vessel reporting information, which is then combined with data captured automatically by its award-winning BareFLEET system.

“We’ve been working closely with CWind on how we can enhance BareFLEET and in particular help to reduce their reporting burden. The Digital-DPR is an exciting step forward,” said Reygar managing director, Chris Huxley-Reynard.

Step forward

Launched at Seawork in 2017, BareFLEET automatically records a host of fleet monitoring data, including machinery health and alarms, fuel efficiency, vessel motion and navigational information.

Digital-DPR allows the vessel’s Master to enter daily report information into a console that would otherwise be difficult to capture automatically, such as personnel transfers and bunker levels.

Data captured by Digital-DPR is automatically combined with information gathered by BareFLEET and sent back to shore. As the name suggests, accurate and timely DPR’s (daily progress reports) can be automatically generated.

The new system has been developed through Reygar’s close cooperation with CWind, which uses BareFLEET across its entire fleet of Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs).

CWind’s CTVs play a big role in facilitating turbine construction and maintenance for wind turbine operators and the company relies on the data gathered by BareFLEET to reduce vessel downtime and help use staff resources efficiently.

The level of information it is able to share has also helped CWind to secure new contracts.

By Anne-Marie Causer

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