Monitoring the oxygen levels can be useful during incidents and allows crews to know if compartments are safe for entry.
Also noxious gases such as carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide are monitored.
Using state of the art sensors we’ve implemented the capability to monitor air quality for explosive gases such as diesel, propane and gasoline
Using a high tech sensor we are able to predict and alert about fire and smoke early on.
Whether someone is moving around or lying unconscious, it’s important to quickly determine if cabins are occupied during emergencies so that empty compartments aren’t opened wasting valuable time for evacuation.
Using laser distance sensors, we’re able to see rising water levels with an accuracy of 0.5 millimeters which allows for appropriate alerts. Also provides external float inputs for mechanical water level detection.
Monitoring the vessel motion, orientation, tilt, yaw and heave helps predict vessel stability. Vessel stability is affected by loading, water intrusion and frozen ice on the vessel infrastructure.
It’s important to know both normal and emergency lighting conditions in a compartment.
UV light determines if a compartment has been sterilized using UV-C. UV-A and B monitoring for bridge compartments.
Monitoring of Temperature and humidity allow for monitoring of HVAC operation as well as open portals and hatches.