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Hull Medic™ detects $136K/month in wasted fuel due to hull fouling

Friday, February 25th, 2011

MACSEA’s new Hull Medic system detected the onset of hull fouling that was estimated to cost around $136,000 per month of unnecessary fuel consumption by one Navy ship. Read More

Navy Picks DEXTER for LSD Class

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

Study shows high return, short payback
An independent Business Case Analysis, requested by the U.S. Navy, predicts a 13-to-1 return on investment (ROI) in maintenance cost savings with DEXTER for LSD class ships. Read More

New IMO Regulations & Hull Medic ™

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

In many areas of the world, invasive species have caused species extinction, damaged ecosystems Read More

Contract Issued for 4th LSD DEXTER Installation

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

MACSEA was recently awarded a task order to install its DEXTER Machinery Health Monitoring system aboard the USS Fort McHenry Read More

DEXTER Now Supports Open System Architecture via OPC

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

MACSEA has significantly improved its DEXTER system’s integration options using an Open System Architecture approach. MACSEA’s latest I/O interface uses OLE for Process Control (OPC) and .NET to provide a robust and easy to deploy interface into any machinery control system that supports OPC. This allows DEXTER to read and write data to these systems using industry standard OPC technology. Read More