SICK AG

Booth number 939-03

www.sick.com

For more than 75 years, SICK has provided sensor intelligence and application solutions that make processes more transparent and safer and prevent damage to the environment.

About us

From factory automation to logistics automation and process automation, SICK’s sensor solutions are keeping industry moving. As a technology and market leader, SICK provides sensor intelligence and application solutions that create the perfect basis for controlling processes securely and efficiently, protecting individuals from accidents, and preventing damage to the environment.

SICK is one of the world’s leading solutions providers for sensor-based applications in the industrial sector. Founded in 1946 by Dr.-Ing. e. h. Erwin Sick, the company with headquarters in Waldkirch im Breisgau near Freiburg ranks among the technological market leaders. With more than 50 subsidiaries and equity investments as well as numerous agencies, SICK maintains a presence around the globe.

Address
SICK AG
Erwin-Sick-Str. 1
79183 Waldkirch
Germany

Phone: +49 162 4034687
Internet: www.sick.com

Contact person

Markus Haas
Technical Industry Manager Power & Combustion / Maritime
Phone: +49 162 4034687
Representative
SICK, Inc.
6900 West 110th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55438
USA

Phone: +1 800 3257425
Fax: +1 952 9419287
Internet: www.sickusa.com

Products and Services

From emission monitoring on ships including digital services for ships to create transparency over the entire fleet - to intelligent people counting - to "Man Overboard" detection - to smart kai docking solutions - SICK offers a wide portfolio to solve your applications.

CEMS solution MARSIC300

MARSIC: Rugged design and high level of
measurement accuracy for o Low costs due to
minimum maintenance requirements o No expensive
test gases thanks to its internal drift correction o
Multiple measurement points with just one analyzer o
High levels of availability and reliability o Assemblies
that are easy to replace during servicing o Servicing
support is available globally o Quick access to expert
support with remote maintenance.

Further reading

3D LiDAR sensor MRS6000

The MRS6000 3D LiDAR sensor uses a high scanning point density and an aperture angle of 120° to reliably detect its environment across 24 layers. Special mirror technology ensures high scanning field stability. With the aid of multi-echo technology, the sensor scans through rain, dust, and fog, while simultaneously multiplying the point density.

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Global Service Port Structure

With the first Service Hubs (Gold and Silver Ports), qualified staff from SICK and its partners are available at these locations to assist with predictive maintenance, technical support, problem solving, and other services related to measurement technology - along on the main shipping routes across the globe.

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News & Innovations

Digital Services SICK Maritime Suite - MARtracker
Benefit from the experience of one of the leading manufacturers in maritime emission monitoring! With SICK Maritime Suite digital services such as MARtracker, live data from the ship's emission monitoring device (MARSIC) can be combined with additional data, such as the ship's position and ECA and local emission regulations. The result: tailored status messages, more transparency across your entire fleet, and optimization of operating costs.
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MARSIC300 with methane measurement
Nearly every new cruise ship is propulsed with LNG. SICK supports ship owners with the MARSIC300 which measures relevant greenhouse gases like CH4 and CO2. With an integrated methane slip measurement a full greenhouse gas monitor is provided. To support the ship owners and operators to release greenhouse gas reports based on real measurements, our cloud based software reporting solution MARtracker is the solution.


Further reading
Man overboard detection with MSC6000 3D LiDAR sensors
Video cameras are frequently used for monitoring the outdoor areas of ships. They continuously record events, but do not trigger alarms. When MRS6000 3D LiDAR sensors are installed, a defined area around the ship is scanned. As soon as a defined object falls through the multi-layered scan area, the crew is notified immediately via an alarm. This enables the crew to promptly view the video recordings and take action, if necessary. The intelligent MRS6000 sensors mask out features such as spray, waves and birds, thereby preventing faulty alarms. Further reading

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