MN 100: gplink

Posted by Nicole Ventimiglia
Wednesday, August 27, 2014

1500 Sensation Weigh
Beaufort, NC 28516
Tel: (252) 504-2640   
Email: dwebb@gplink.com
Website: www.gplink.com
President & CEO: Greg Poole, III


The Company:
gplink is the most capable remote diagnostic tool available for high horsepower systems. Globally, gplink helps vessel owners and fleet managers by remotely plotting asset locations while also monitoring engines & critical systems. gplink also helps to secure & protect high horsepower assets. Customers receive instant notification of alarm conditions or unauthorized movement. Proactive diagnostic & repair services keep customers assets on the water. Technicians can view & respond to alarm conditions remotely, in near real-time. Gplink’s Monitoring and Diagnostic Solution remotely tracks fuel consumption, idle time, engine hours, speed, engine load and more. Comprehensive reporting allows vessel managers to identify abnormal or wasteful behavior patterns. Using Asset Management With gplink, potential engine problems can be identified before they happen, minimizing down time by using chronological diagnostic reports. Fleet View gplink customers can monitor current or historical data for one boat or an entire fleet in near real-time from any computer or internet-connected device.

The Case:
Using dual band technology with both GSM and Iridium satellite networks, gplink is an invaluable tool that keeps shallow draft workboats on the water longer and increases their bottom lines. Whether managing a single vessel or a vast fleet, gplink’s remote monitoring, support & notification system maximizes productivity round-the-clock. Monitoring, tracking and troubleshooting high horsepower assets remotely has never been easier and gplink can be configured to monitor the data points that matter most to vessel owners, operator & managers.



(As published in the August 2014 edition of Marine News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeNews)
 

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