The MTU Go! product portfolio continuously improves your experience – by providing asset related tools and services, as well as creating a user centric and seamless communication. In order to ensure an optimal performance of the MTU systems, the app MTU Go! Act and the web platform MTU Go! Manage offer our customers direct support. With the help of analytics based on use-case specific algorithms and models, we can further optimize the operation of your plants and fleets.
Thus, system failures can be avoided in advance and downtime costs can be reduced. For better planning, upcoming maintenance schedules and tasks for all systems can be viewed in order of priority. And Iif necessary, a direct exchange with MTU service experts for an efficient onsite troubleshooting can be initiated and upcoming maintenance schedules and tasks for all systems can be viewed in order of priority.
MTU Go! Manage
MTU Go! Manage offers fleet managers a user-friendly dashboard for monitoring and handling live data. And it connects you with your operators conveniently via MTU Go! Act.,
- Track data
- View new, pending and archived alerts
- Communicate with all involved experts
- Prioritize maintenance schedules
- Use multigraph for remote troubleshooting
By means of algorithms and models, including machine learning and artificial intelligence, we create "health scores" for individual assets. This enables us to evaluate the urgency of maintenance across an entire fleet.
- Analysis based on actual usage profiles
- Predictive maintenance empowered by data
- Prioritization of maintenance schedules
- System-generated notifications
Italian shipping company Navigazione Laghi relies on digital tools from MTU.
Peschiera, Garda and Sirmione – place names reminiscent of carefree holidays, and southern Europe. They are all located beside Lake Garda which, with its mild Mediterranean climate, is a popular holiday destination right into the Fall. One of the means of transport on the lake very popular among tourists are the hydrofoils operated by Navigazione Laghi. At 8:25 in the morning, the first tourists board the hydrofoil Galileo Galilei at the landing stage in Peschiera. After casting off, the vessel's Series 2000 engines are powered up to 2,250 revolutions per minute, and a surge of torque lifts the vessel clear of the water as it moves over the waves.