Krill Systems SoftDisplay Gen 3 vessel monitoring software

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Krill Systems SoftDisplay Gen 3 vessel monitoring software takes advantage of the latest graphical display technology, storing all collected sensor data of existing NMEA 2000, NMEA 0183 and Krill Sensor units.

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The software displays real-time streaming data and records and stores any electrical, tank and switching sensors throughout the vessel. Up to six months of sensor data can be stored and displayed in an intuitive graphical user interface, according to the company. "Captains and vessel owners can quickly spot trends in equipment operating conditions, making it possible to predict failure," says Krill president Casey Cox. The SoftDisplay Gen3 comes standard with remote monitoring. Users can access information through Wi-Fi, cellular or satellite Internet connections. SoftDisplay Gen 3 is available in two versions - Standard ($495) or Professional ($2,895). The Professional provides more data and capabilities to transmit and receive to remote locations, as well as control electrical equipment and record and display sensor data for six months.  Contact: Krill Systems, (206) 780-2901. www.krillsystems.com

This article originally appeared in the June 2010 issue.

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