These solutions include marine solar power systems and the Aquarius Management & Automation System (MAS).
The Aquarius MAS is an alarm handling, performance monitoring and data logging platform suitable for a wide range of ships which can also be integrated with renewable energy solutions.
The system’s architecture is based upon the KEI 3240 Data Logger.
The Aquarius MAS is also able to monitor and log fuel oil consumption in real time plus calculate Nox, Sox & CO2 emissions.
Daniel Min, Director of MCSS, said: “We look forward to working with Eco Marine Power to expand the range of products and services we can offer plus promote their innovative products and solutions for shipping in Singapore and Myanmar.”
Initially both companies will co-operate in promoting EMP’s technologies to shipyards and shipowners in Singapore and Myanmar with a focus on integrating the Aquarius MAS with marine solar power solutions as a means to reduce fuel consumption on ships and offshore support vessels.