Krill System can collect data from a wide variety of sensor types such as engine fuel flow, shaft rotation, GPS position and speed, depth, tank levels and hundreds more. All of these sensors send data over different media, such as Modbus, NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000 and Ethernet,...Read More
Krill uses industry standard Microsoft SQL Server database technology to continuously record all incoming sensor data 24 x 7 with a resolution of 2 seconds for up to 12 months. With an onboard database size of up to 10GB, analyzing sensor data at any time in the past is a...Read More
Once sensor data has been collected, it can be analyzed using interactive graphs, or through comprehensive reports that are available using the Vessel Operations Center. Sensor data can be used to determine : Operating cost for a specific job or trip Fuel consumption Emissions...Read More
After labor, the major operational cost of a typical commercial vessel is fuel, followed by equipment maintenance. By closely monitoring fuel consumption, engine and other vital system data by the vessel crew and corporate office, substantial savings can be realized. The key is...Read More
Knowledge applied intelligently is a powerful business tool. Krill Systems technology helps operations acquire critical vessel data and apply this knowledge into their daily operations.
Krill Systems, Inc. is an environmentally aware company, designing products to enable operators of commercial marine vessels to monitor, record and analyze vessel operations and fuel consumption. We are recognized as the technological market leader, with superior levels of customer service and support.
Krill Systems offers turn-key solutions for marine fuel management providing transparent reporting for environmentally and socially responsible companies.
There are three phases of Krill’s Scope of Work (KSOW) when assessing each client’s needs.
Krill Systems fuel management and vessel monitoring systems help customers apply knowledge intelligently as a powerful business tool. Learn how Krill Systems technology helps operations acquire critical vessel data and apply this knowledge in five important ways