An interactive timeline of Rivertrace Engineering’s history throughout the years for you to explore.
- OCD10M launched
In the early 1990s we received numerous requests for oil discharge monitoring systems from clients who thought that existing designs had room for improvement. In conjunction with our customers we drew up the specification for a new ODM that could not only meet IMO regulations, but still improve on the performance of equipment available at that time. The Rivertrace Oil Discharge Monitor OCD10M was launched in late 1995.
SMART BILGE replaces OCD CM
The IMO resolution MEPC 107 (49) for the revised guidelines and specification of pollution prevention equipment for machinery space bilges of ships was adopted in July 2003, leaded to the development of the SMART BILGE to replace the OCD CM . The “Smart-Bilge” monitor was launched in 2004 to comply with the new IMO resolution MEPC 107 (49) applicable from the 1st January 2005.
The amendment of MEPC.240(65) to the MEPC 108(49) come into force on the 1st January 2016 which means vessels carrying bulk blends of petroleum oil and bio fuels require a compatible ODME system. In response to this Rivertrace updated our SMART ODME to include Bio Fuels as per MEPC 240 (65).