CMR Launches Full Vessel Management System (FVMS) capability

CMR is showcasing its FVMS capabilities at two key 2015 marine tradeshows - Kormarine, Busan (Oct 20-23) and Marintec, Shanghai (Dec 1-4).

The company is building upon the launch of its advanced Integrated Alarm Monitoring Control System (IAMCS) in 2014 by developing a state-of-the-art turnkey Full Vessel Management System (FVMS) for ships of all sizes - from small craft such as tugs, workboats and private build pleasure crafts through to medium-sized commercial vessels such as ferries, PSV’s cargo ships and ocean going yachts.

Recently implemented on a 180m passenger ferry built at Brodosplit Shipyard in Croatia, CMR’s FVMS protects the value of engines and fleets with reliable, high-quality electrical and electronic systems that integrates other types of marine electronics including low voltage/main switchboards, fire detection and CCTV.

Gerard Baldellou, Marine Division Manager at CMR Group said,

"By interconnecting these devices in advantageous combinations, energy consumption can be reduced, operational efficiency of the engine can be improved and redundancy can be provided in the event that oneor more components are disabled".

CMR’s new system also includes a marine propulsion system with many different combinations and interconnections between one or several engines, generators, electrical systems, clutches, marine propulsion devices and an electrical storage device.

Our marine product range covers FVMS, IAMCS, Power Management, Local Operating Panels/Engine Vision, engine safety, data acquisition/processing, cabling, sensors, display units and workstations. CMR also has experience and expertise in many ancillary systems such as Fire Detection Systems (FDS), HVAC, Ballast Water and Feed Water.

IAMCS offers a powerful microprocessor-based system that reads output data using CANopen and J1939 protocols while operating with an intuitive Supervision System and human to machine interface (HMI). This provides all necessary functions for protection and control adherence to Unattended Machinery Space (UMS) marine notations.

These Marine Society approved systems are certified by bodies that include Lloyd’s Register (LRS), Det Norske Veritas (DNV), Bureau Veritas (BV) and American Bureau of Shipping (ABS).

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