MACSEA Debuts DEXTER Health Monitoring Software

Monday, December 19, 2005
MACSEA Ltd. recently announced the commercial release of DEXTER, version 4.0, targeted at Health Monitoring of Marine Equipment for the marine industry. DEXTER is software designed to automate the monitoring, analysis and diagnoses of equipment health in marine environments. It targets both the warning signs of impending failure and the recognition of small problems that can lead to larger failures. It does this by detecting trends and patterns that even highly experienced engineers have difficulty seeing. DEXTER can be incorporated into existing control systems and sensors.

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