MACSEA will be an exhibitor at the upcoming Fleet Optimization Conference presented by Shipping Insight, October 22 – 24, 2013 at the Sheraton Stamford Hotel in Stamford, Connecticut. Read More
MACSEA successfully tested its Diesel Expert combustion analysis intelligence software aboard the USS Fort McHenry (LSD-43) during recent testing in Norfolk, Virginia. The Diesel Expert software accepts data inputs from cylinder combustion analyzers and automatically diagnoses any existing engine faults. Diesel Expert contains expert-level diagnostic intelligence in the form of an embedded neural network that has been trained to recognize symptoms associated with various engine problems. Read More
MACSEA is pleased to welcome KiPro Technologies Pvt. Ltd of New Delhi as its exclusive product distributor for India. Read More
Stonington, CT (USA), December 15, 2012 – MACSEA’s Fuel VisionTM system now works with KRAL® rotary displacement flow meters for high-accuracy fuel monitoring to help ship operators quantify the real effects of various energy conservation measures. Read More
Wendy Laursen of The Motorship magazine covers DEXTER in the November 2012 issue. She explains how alarm flooding due to poor sensor maintenance can desensitize operators and hide important machinery plant problems. Read More
MACSEA is pleased to welcome CbM Solutions of Kuala Lumpur as its exclusive product distributor for Malaysia and Singapore. Read More
The 2012 Fleet Optimization Conference, organized by ShippingInsight, provided a two-day forum during October 9-10 for ship owners and operators to explore how to achieve gains in ship efficiency. MACSEA teamed up with Emerson Process Management to demonstrate a simple, yet effective solution, for measuring and monitoring a ship’s fuel performance. Read More
MACSEA’s Fuel Vision system now works with Emerson’s Micro Motion Coriolis® flow meters for high-accuracy fuel monitoring to help ship operators quantify the real effects of various energy conservation measures. Read More
According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, approximately 90 percent of the nation’s critical infrastructures are privately owned and operated. Various industries included in these infrastructures, such as transportation, electric, oil and gas, water, etc. have come to rely heavily on industrial control systems for equipment health monitoring, quality control, and remote maintenance support.
DEXTER reports machinery diagnostic and prognostic results in XML-based formats for importing into most computerized maintenance management systems. This capability facilitates data interchange between disparate IT systems using XML, including legacy systems. High design and development costs associated with compliance to specific protocols can be avoided using XML schema definitions.