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Protection against false warranty claims

The continuing drive for more power and performance combined with the rise of shock-mitigating seating as standard fitment, means owners are more easily able to push the limits of a vessel's potential.

Dyena OFFSHORE protects the boat builder from warranty claims caused by the vessel being driven beyond the structural limits or the skipper’s skill level. Hull impacts are measured over varying time periods and the results processed through customisable algorithms, allowing the manufacturer to safeguard against false warranty claims by verifying against the stored information.

A simple 6 LED ‘traffic light-type' indication system, encapsulated in a low-profile helm display, informs the user that they are approaching or exceeding pre-set thresholds, reducing the stress on the vessel whilst encouraging responsible driving.

With internal GPS, automatic calibration and 2-year memory capacity, the Dyena OFFSHORE system continuously monitors the vessel’s usage and performance including recording 3-axis accelerations alongside GPS data. Simple to fit and autonomous in operation, data can be automatically uploaded to the remote server or downloaded on the dockside for immediate analysis.

Suitable for all vessel types, current users of Dyena OFFSHORE include the Royal Marines, Sunseeker International, and Whitmarsh RIBs.

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