Royale Oceanic launches the Royale Oceanic D-ISM system
Royale Oceanic is pleased to announce the launch of the Royale Oceanic D-ISM system (Documentation – Information System Management) - a new, secure system for simplifying the day to day management of regulatory documentation at sea.
A unique product in the market, Royale Oceanic has spent months developing and testing the product in live operations before offering it to their existing fleet of yachts under management.
Working with captains and crew to develop and test the system before launch was considered key, so that the claim of accuracy and simplicity could be validated.
The objective for the system is to ease the high workload of captains, officers and crews in dealing with the seemingly vast amount of paperwork required to operate yachts within legal constraints and comply with regular updates and revisions.
Royale Oceanic D-ISM is specifically designed to alleviate the majority of this work, saving time and costs, as well as automatically providing a secure back-up to the entire portfolio of yacht’s documents and records.
The benefits of the system are that documents and records are held off the yacht on a secure ‘shore side’ server, and this ‘documentation’ can be used and updated, so that all parties involved in managing the yacht are ‘reading from the same page’ on a real time basis. Additionally, in the event of a ship computer system ‘crash’ the documentation can immediately be retrieved from the secure Royale Oceanic server.
The system is designed to be simple and robust with a sensible level of automation to avoid user error. There are automatic downloads, via a totally secure internet link and the yacht can access the documents via the Royale Oceanic D-ISM interface. An additional benefit could be that all M-Notices on the yacht’s server are automatically updated by the Royale Oceanic shore side server. Importantly, the system is designed to operate when out of range of the internet, but will immediately and automatically update all documentation once the vessel is back in broadband range.
The system will be officially launched and become live at 14:30 hrs on Thursday 24th September as The Red Arrows start their display over The Monaco Yacht Show, which Royale Oceanic is proud to be jointly sponsoring with fellow British industry colleagues.