Sakhalin Shipping Company regularly delivers cargo across the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan. The company's fleet comprises fifteen vessels.
SASCO ANIVA is one of the company's container ships. Its tank holds more than 240 tons of mazut. Previously, the fuel level was checked using an old counter and a measuring stick, but this control method could not ensure the desired accuracy. The shipping company needed a solution that could:
Our partner Spec Centr Orbita from the Russian Federation designed and installed a Wialon-base monitoring system aboard SASCO ANIVA.
This is how the key data on the fuel status looks on the panel
Welding pipes by templates in the workshop
The Wialon-based solution developed by the integrator specifically for the SASCO ANIVA container ship helps Sakhalin Shipping Company obtain the most accurate data on the fuel quality and volume remotely.
Hardware used in the project gives the opportunity to accurately see the mazut amount, calculate its volume, and determine its quality.
The solution prevents overpayments for fuel. The system paid off as early as after the fourth fueling.
A comprehensive solution helps avoid debates that can be triggered by imperfect fuel volume measuring methods.
Fuel data is displayed in three places: on the flow meter itself, in Wialon, and at the captain's bridge.