FUELTRAX launches FUELNET Generation 5 Featuring Weather Data
FUELNET is the most powerful fuel data processing network in the maritime industry. Operating hand in hand with FUELTRAX, using extensive real-time data stored in its fully secure web portal, FUELNET enables vessel owners to customize their reporting data and make fleet-wide efficiency savings.
Since its launch 13 years ago, FUELNET has evolved to become a mission-critical operating tool for maintaining accurate fuel accountability across fleets of 100 vessels or more.
With the release of FUELNET Generation 5 (GEN-5), it now delivers collection, storage, tracking and advanced processing of crucial weather data metrics – activity time-stamped and linked to vessel geolocation.
FUELNET GEN-5 brings an all new alert builder, enabling users to create customized operational alerts based on any combination of fuel KPIs. This enhances the real time monitoring of your fuel, vessel and fleet activities.
New dynamic reporting with GEN-5 creates charts, graphs and reports at the click of a button. GEN-5 also features an automatically generated ‘speed versus consumption’ curve. Raw data is now easy to export for further advanced logistical analysis.
FUELTRAX also announces the launch of its enhanced website, with full information on FUELTRAX products to ensure your vessel and fuel operations are accurate, secure and compliant.
Anthony George, President and CEO of FUELTRAX says, “The enhanced FUELTRAX website provides more in-depth information on our constantly evolving and expanded product offering and the value created for fleet operators in different marine sectors. The enhanced site also offers the opportunity to sign-up for regular FUELTRAX news and to access the unique marine insights FUELTRAX provides as the leading marine data provider. Our enhanced site combined with the launch of FUELNET GEN-5 means that our customers are once again with us at the cutting edge of industry technology and will be able to realize the benefits our systems can deliver.”
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