In software development, exporting/importing a database is never a “one-click job”. It can be simple or very complex. With 25 years experience in software development, our studio has developed very efficient import techniques.
- Check database integrity
- Clean the database
- Build arrival structures in DEEP Blue
- Develop a custom script
- Import database into DEEP Blue
- Review new database
- Imports of Crew lists
- Set up / import chart of accounts
- Import yearly Yacht budgets
- Design / Build the PMS Structure with Chief Engineers and Officers
- Custom views / Custom Reports in Finance
- Import of Spare Parts and Inventories
Here are the inputs required from the client, the actions and the output that will result in a populated DEEP Blue database for the Crew and the Management to fully operate the Yachts Planned Maintenance Program for all systems on board.
INPUTS: The client will provide:
System diagrams to help understand systemic maintenance requirements
Feedback on questions about the vessel’s equipment, location and functionality
DEEP Blue will extract PMS from all Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) manuals
The client (Chief Engineer, Chief Officer) will review the MMS
The client will provide details of any onboard recurring drills and maintenance procedures.
The client will assist to define how to rationalise PMS for the numerous small item equipments.
Populate DEEP Blue PMS module with the PMS schedules that derive from the MMS
Enter the Due Date and Due Hours based upon the operational conditions on board
Provide PMS for the recurring ISM-related tasks, as required – reminders for monthly reporting, drills and forms
Here is the equipment information that can be imported in DEEP Blue system.
- BGN (Builder Group number)
- System Description
- Quantity on Board
- Make / Supplier
- Identification (Critical, Reportable)
- Serial n°
- Equipment / System Pictures
- Location of Items + (“Room code”)
- Warranty end dates
- Survey n°
- Year of completion