Funding for condition based maintenance

CBM can help diagnose faults and spot performance degradation Photo: DNV

Greek technology company Propulsion Analytics and DNV have received funding from Innovation Norway to develop a condition based maintenance (CBM) application which merges thermodynamic modelling with artificial intelligence to diagnose faults and predict performance in marine powerplants.

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