Utilising vessel data monitoring to improve crew safety

Dyena releases whitepaper on:

Utilising vessel data monitoring to improve crew safety

Southampton, Hampshire, UK.    17th May 2019

Following the interest in their presentation at the NEXT GEN Safety Systems & Equipment Workshop held in Southampton on April, Dyena has released a whitepaper on the benefits of using data monitoring to improve crew safety in the maritime environment.

In recent years there has been growing acceptance of the need to protect maritime crew from the shocks and impacts received during open water transits. This is evident in the explosion of shock mitigating seating products available and the associated press articles, conferences, and government contracts all based around the subject.

Scientists have been utilising acceleration data logging for many years to research the magnitude of the forces imparted upon the vessel, equipment and occupants. But is it now relevant for vessel operators to use data monitoring?

Their whitepaper explains the benefits of utilising the different technologies available and how it doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. From simple USB devices to dedicated installation on vessels with sensors throughout the cabin, there is probably a solution that fits each organisations requirement.

The whitepaper can be downloaded from dyena.com.

For more information, visit dyena.com or contact a member of the team on +44 (0)2380 231 991 or info@dyena.com

Media Contact:

James Glover

Dyena Ltd, OVIC Building, Ocean Way, Southampton, SO14 3JZ, UK

Tel: +44 (0)2380 231 991                      Email:    jamesglover@dyena.com
Mob: +44 (0)7966 169 432                     Web:     http://www.dyena.com



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