The logistic and transportation industry faces significant challenges when it comes to downtime costs, with unplanned disruptions leading to schedule delays, missed delivery dates, and additional charges. Artesis plays a crucial role in minimizing these challenges by providing continuous monitoring of asset health, offering timely insights into the need for repairs.

Utilizing a unique model-based fault detection system, Artesis focuses on the detailed examination of rotating equipment by measuring 3-phase voltage and current signals directly from the MCC panel. This approach makes Artesis an invaluable predictive maintenance solution, particularly for critical equipment that may be challenging to access:

  • Monitoring Hard-to-Reach Equipment:
    • Artesis specializes in monitoring challenging assets such as Ship-to-Shore (STS) cranes or Rubber Tyred Gantry (RTG) cranes, ensuring their health is assessed even in difficult-to-access locations.

Companies leveraging predictive maintenance in logistics and transportation benefit in various ways:

  • Lowering Operational Expenses and Environmental Risks:
    • Proactively addressing equipment breakdowns reduces both costs and environmental risks.
  • Ensuring Optimal Performance and Early Failure Detection:
    • Artesis enables the detection of potential failures in advance, ensuring optimal equipment performance.
  • Enhancing Equipment Reliability and Extending Operational Life:
    • By providing continuous monitoring, Artesis contributes to enhancing the reliability and extending the overall operational life of assets.
  • Optimizing Asset Performance:
    • The detailed insights provided by Artesis contribute to the optimization of asset performance, improving overall efficiency.
  • Boosting Growth and Sustainability:
    • Through proactive maintenance and optimized operations, Artesis supports the growth and sustainability goals of logistic and transportation companies.
  • Speeding Up the Decision-Making Process:
    • Artesis facilitates quicker decision-making by providing real-time data and insights, leading to more efficient operations.

Engine Room

  • Main Engine: The primary propulsion system of the vessel.
  • Freshwater Pumps: Responsible for supplying freshwater for various onboard needs.
  • Low-Temperature Cooling Systems: Maintain optimal temperatures for engine efficiency.
  • Auxiliary Boiler Feedwater Pumps: Supply water to auxiliary boilers for additional power.
  • Fire Protection System Pumps: Ensure the availability of water for firefighting.
  • Main Engine Lubrication Pumps: Provide essential lubrication for the main engine.
  • Blowers and Fans: Assist in ventilation and cooling processes.

Monitoring the condition of these critical machines in the engine room is challenging, especially with a limited number of onboard engineers. Artesis E-MCM simplifies this complex monitoring process, offering a cost-effective and efficient solution. Additionally, Artesis E-PCM expands coverage to include generators and alternators, ensuring comprehensive monitoring for all engine room machinery. This not only streamlines the task for engineers but also reduces associated monitoring costs.

Steering Gear Room

  • Steering Gear:
    The essential mechanism responsible for steering and directing the vessel’s course.
  • Main Winches: Powerful motor-driven winches crucial for various maritime operations, such as anchor handling and cargo handling.
  • Hydraulic Oil Pumps: Critical components that power hydraulic systems, ensuring smooth and efficient operation of various machinery on the vessel.
  • Motor-Driven Machines: Encompassing various onboard equipment, these machines play a pivotal role in navigation, control, and overall vessel functionality.

Monitoring these components with Artesis ensures a vigilant eye on their condition, contributing to the vessel’s operational reliability and the safety of the crew on the bridge.

Seperator Room

The separator room is a vital component of maritime operations, responsible for maintaining regulatory compliance in ocean discharges. This area houses essential equipment, including lube oil purifiers, heavy fuel oil purifiers, main circulation pumps, and main supply pumps. Any failure in these components could lead to a critical breakdown in the entire system. Artesis offers continuous monitoring, ensuring the reliable performance of each element, preventing critical failures, and guaranteeing adherence to ocean discharge regulations.

  • Lube Oil Purifiers: Crucial for maintaining the quality of lubricating oil by removing impurities, ensuring optimal performance of machinery.
  • Heavy Fuel Oil Purifiers: Essential in the separation of contaminants from heavy fuel oil, preventing engine issues and supporting regulatory compliance.
  • Main Circulation Pumps: Vital for the efficient circulation of fluids within the separator room, contributing to the overall effectiveness of the separation process.
  • Main Supply Pumps: Critical in ensuring a reliable and steady supply of water for the separation process, playing a pivotal role in regulatory compliance.



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