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Automated Message Exchange (AME)

AME is the unique Rydex Network Management System. Management of the ship/shore infrastructure is a key requirement in modern ship management where multiple applications will be required. AME Version 4.02.01 has enhanced Remote Systems Management, Automated Data Collection and Application-to- Application interface.

"The impending implementation of the IMO ISM Code and similar legislation, aside from the everincreasing commercial pressures, is placing more and more significance on the ship/shore communications infrastructure," said Bill Jubran, chief operations officer for Rydex. "It is a vital strategic decision for vessel owners and managers to implement an efficient and manageable ship/shore communications infrastructure. A managed infrastructure, integrated with shorebased systems and independent of specific applications, will provide the essential foundations upon which to build the commercial applications and legislative compliance required in the near future." For more information on Rydex Circle 5 8 on Reader Service Card




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