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Carpe Diem Announces the International Engine and Condition Monitoring Conference

Engine and Condition Monitoring Conference will take place on 12th October 2005 at 99 City Road, London.

(PRWEB via PR Web Direct) August 8, 2005 -- Carpe Diem announces the second international Engine and Condition Monitoring (ECM) Conference, to take place at Inmarsat Conference Centre, 99 City Road, London, on the 12th October 2005.

Sponsored by The Norwegian Shipping IT Managers Association (Marintek) and Inmarsat, ECM 2005 is an exceptional opportunity for all involved in Engine and Condition Monitoring to learn from the world’s leading experts and discover the future of maritime remote monitoring systems.

Engine and Condition Monitoring (ECM) has had widespread acceptance in a number of industries. Elements of remote monitoring are becoming more commonplace, but there are some unique issues that have and still need to be addressed before widespread acceptance in the marine environment. Through real life case studies ECM 2005 will highlight the current technologies and discuss how these are being used in current marine environments and discuss their future influence on common practice.

This unique knowledge-sharing event is supported by Inmarsat and the Norwegian Shipping IT Managers Association Marintek whose members include Bergesen, Barber Ship Management, Odfjell, Teekay and DNV. During the discussions senior representatives from ship engine manufacturers, automation and control companies, refrigeration cargo monitoring companies, refrigeration cargo transport, and shipping companies will discuss the possibilities, benefits and business opportunities of remote monitoring or engines, fuel consumption and cargo.

With key contributions and best practice case studies from Rolls Royce, VShips, Stena Line, Swantech, Inmarsat, Servowatch, Lloyds Register, Marintek members, delegates will hear presentations by leading experts, uncovering state of the art technologies and the latest academic research. Seats should be booked early to join this opportunity to network with like-minded professionals, share ideas and find solutions to remote engine and condition monitoring problems.

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