Jul 11, 2019
One of our latest upgrades is for Mariner of the Seas, a cruise ship owned by Royal Caribbean International. In 2017, Valmet received an order to upgrade its Damatic XDi automation system to the latest Valmet DNA technology.
|Location||The Caribbean waters|
|Customer challenge||All computer-based infrastructures evolve. Many older vessels are due for upgrades in order to meet a range of new and upcoming safety and environmental regulations.|
|Results||Damatic XDi automation system upgraded to the latest Valmet DNA technology.|
Damatic, Damatic Classic, Damatic XD, Damatic XDi, Damatic DNA, Metso DNA are all older names for what has evolved today into Valmet DNA. Avoiding a costly refit of the entire automation system, Valmet makes new system features available through simple upgrades. There is no need to replace the existing I/Os.
An updated user interface means your crew has better tools at hand. You can also integrate the most recent energy-saving features of Valmet DNA, which is designed specifically to help vessels keep on top of fuel usage efficiency and environmental requirements. One of the new tools is a history storage and data analyzing and reporting tool: Valmet DNA Operate Trend and Event Archive, which gives operators a whole new dimension of process control with trends, replay, and alarm and event analysis.
|Keywords||Valmet DNA, Cruise ship, Marine automation|