Cat Asset Intelligence uses advanced analytics to qualify raw data into actionable data. Using the Fleet-Wide View, the engineers of Cat Asset Intelligence noticed a high percentage of reported fouled condensers across the entire fleet.
Marine Asset Intelligence Detects an Engine Imbalance
Marine Asset Intelligence uses advanced analytics to qualify raw data into actionable information. Hundreds of thousands of raw data values for each asset are evaluated against a tailored set of rules and intelligently converted into much smaller representative sets of data.
Cat Asset Intelligence Detects a Fouled RO Membrane
The RO membrane is a component in the RO units that is responsible for producing fresh water from salt water. A low flow rate water through the RO unit and high discharge pressure are strong indicators of a fouled RO membrane.
Cat Asset Intelligence uses advanced analytics to qualify raw data into actionable information. Hundreds of thousands of raw data values for each asset are evaluated against a tailored set of rules and intelligently converted into much smaller representative sets of data.
Marine Asset Intelligence Optimizes Hull Cleaning Frequency
Marine Asset Intelligence used fuel consumption data to identify the optimal schedule for hull cleaning. The vessel of interest had one cleaning in two years, scheduled solely on the basis of calendar days, not condition.
Cat Asset Intelligence Detects a Fouled Heat Exchanger
The automated analytics revealed high fresh water temperatures and high suction temperatures at each stage. The rise in fresh water temperature suggests a dirty or fouled heat exchanger in the HPAC unit.
Cat Asset Intelligence engineering experts note that generators are often operated in ways that minimize the chances of a vessel completely losing power, especially during times of restricted maneuverability in order to decrease risk of collision with other objects or the ground.
Find out how to save $100k+ with optimal transit speed
Using the Cat Asset Intelligence automated analytics combined with the expertise of the Marine Asset Intelligence (MAI) Fleet Advisor, an opportunity to adjust transit speed (during non-time-sensitive transits) was identified, helping the customer reduce fuel consumption.
Find out how to reduce idle time to save fuel and engine hours
Using advanced analytics that qualifies raw data into actionable information, the Cat Asset Intelligence technology platform was able to identify extended operating periods where both propulsion diesel engines were idling while the vessel was moored at the pier.