Radio Holland’s Service and Maintenance Solutions Cover The Whole Ship, During The Entire Lifecycle

Increasingly, we manage to perform these services without setting foot on board. Based on innovative technology, Radio Holland offers you and your crew 24/7 access to all relevant data, support and service.

At the same time, our monitoring room system specialists are watching over your installations remotely. A variety of data, customized for every single vessel, is analyzed on a 24/7 basis, making it the very heart of our service and maintenance organization.

Remote monitoring

Remote Monitoring, Diagnostics and Maintenance

Our remote monitoring, diagnostics and maintenance improve the reliability of vital installations. In this way you can avoid unplanned maintenance, minimize service costs and eventually reduce your total cost of operation.

Remote Monitoring

Your vessels and platforms are followed on a 24/7 basis. We perform systematic inspection, detection, and correction of incipient failures either before they occur or before they develop into major defects. This enables us to perform predictive maintenance, allowing convenient scheduling of corrective maintenance and preventing unexpected equipment failures. In other words: we produce the right information at the right time.

Remote Diagnostics

When a problem occurs we make a quick and accurate analysis and assess the most effective and relevant support. Radio Holland’s specialists will be able to diagnose and solve the majority of problems remotely. If it is necessary to have on the spot service, we will provide the Service Coordination Center with all the relevant information. The attending field engineer arrives on the job fully briefed and ready to go.

Remote Maintenance

Advanced remote technology enables us to execute routine maintenance, software installations or upgrades and operator error identification.

More Information

Questions about our Remote Services, contact one of our specialists! Or download the article “Decreasing total cost of ownership by Remote Monitoring” (published in Shipinsight Report June 2017).