Remote Fuel Monitoring

eGenKit is the ideal solution for remote monitoring of marine vessels. It is designed to withstand the harsh marine environment and can be deployed and operational quickly. eGenKit monitors the operating parameters of marine vessel engines and generator sets remotely. Data such as fuel consumption, oil pressure and temperature, and operating hours are captured and sent to the eGenKit server over satellite or cellular connectivity and viewable on your computer in real-time. You can use eGenKit software to set up alarm thresholds for monitored parameters. Once defined, you can receive SMS or email alerts when parameter values exceed the thresholds. In addition to enabling you to detect any engine and generator problems remotely, eGenKit can help you to collate data and plan for preemptive servicing of vessel engines and generator sets to ensure that they are in optimal health.

eGenKit also records the GPS data of each vessel allowing you to see the live location and route taken by each vessel. eGenKit software on your computer can plot vessel routes graphically and show you the current location of each vessel. Geo-fences can be set up to trigger alarms when a vessel sails outside a defined perimeter. With eGenKit installed and operational in over 200 vessels, it is a proven remote monitoring solution for marine vessels.

eGenKit enables you to do the following

  • Remotely monitor marine fuel consumption by vessel engines and generator sets
  • Remotely capture and record engine information (speed, load factors, operating hours, pressure, temperature, fuel consumption, and more)
  • Discover possible fuel leaks when actual fuel consumption doesn’t tally withcalculated fuel burn
  • Ensure compliance with emissions requirements
  • See vessel locations and routes globally in real-time
  • Remotely monitor cargo

eGenKit can be deployed in the following vessel types (over 200 vessels are currently using eGenKit):

  • Anchor handling tug and supply (AHTS)
  • Tugboats
  • Crew boats
  • Container vessels
  • Floating cranes and barges
  • Self-propelled oil barges
  • Harbour tugs
  • Landing craft tanks
  • Multi-purpose vessels
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