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Reygar's BareFleet Remote Monitoring Hit Milestone; New Hires Announced

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Reygar announced that its BareFLEET remote monitoring system is now in use on 100 vessels worldwide.

The growth is in step with a general migration to digital solutions across the maritime sector, and the milestone is punctuated as Reygar expands its control system capabilities across dynamic positioning, autonomous vessels and consultancy, with two new engineering hires and a larger premises in Bristol: James Cook and Richard Crowder.

Cook joins the business from Rolls Royce and will lead on industrializing Reygar's dynamic positioning technology and support the expansion of the firm's control system consultancy work.

Crowder comes to Reygar with extensive experience in vehicle robotics and will drive the development of Reygar's Autonomous Vessel control system.

With further expansion likely over the course of the next 12 months, Reygar has taken new premises at the FutureSpace business innovation hub in Bristol. This location will enable the firm to subsequently increase its headcount, while offering close links with the University and convenient transport links to major maritime hubs.

Mar 12, 2020

 

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