The Dyena Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) records detailed information on a vessel's motion, position and performance, through various parameters including heave, pitch, roll and accelerations in 3 axes.
Vessel orientation and shock loads are sampled at 1000 Hz alongside GPS data to provide accurate records for the generation of reports on impact forces, crew comfort and turbine transfer conditions.
The rugged sensor is simple to mount in a suitable position on the vessel, using its internal GPS or an external antenna if required. All data is uploaded to a secure remote server via the smartphone app. Use the web portal to download historical data and reports on the vessels use and crew comfort.
X, Y, Z acceleration, Pitch, Roll, Yaw, Heave
Records all data alongside GPS information
Traffic light warning indicator of shock loads
Display heave for safe wind turbine transfers
Calculates motions sickness index
Data upload to secure server via smartphone app
Automated report generation
Compact & rugged design (IP67)
TRACK Crew and asset tracking across the fleet
Dyena TRACK automatically monitors personnel and assets, maintaining an active log of movements on and off the vessel with live updates to the web portal.
The skipper can verify the vessel manifest on the Dyena Display before disembarking, ensuring that all crew have up to date safety certificates for the journey.
All records are transmitted to the shore database and a complete record of an individuals exposure to impacts or motion sickness can be generated by cross referencing their movements with data from across the fleet. In the event of damage to a tracked asset, the data from the relevant journeys can be reviewed to verify shock loads during transits.
The tracking tag can be incorporated with a photo ID badge to ensure that the crew member has the correct credentials.