Miros WaveWeather delivers accurate measurements of local sea-state and weather conditions to support planning and execution of activities on or near the sea.
In most industries, access to reliable, high-quality data about local environmental conditions is fundamental for successful planning and decision-making. At sea, however, it is particularly crucial.
Offshore activities rely on information on sea and weather conditions for safe and efficient operations. Without the proper information on these conditions, operations can be delayed or drawn out, leading to increased costs and emissions.
Miros WaveWeather delivers accurate, real-time measurements of local conditions to any user, on any device, providing critical data to all relevant stakeholders, on or offshore.
The compact, cloud-integrated solution is easy to install, requiring only internet access and a power supply. The collected data is immediately accessible anywhere, without the need for external processing.
Because the solution is based on Miros’ dry, remote sensors, it eliminates the costs related to submerged equipment.
Miros WaveWeather gives decision-makers access to reliable data when it is needed. Users gain access to real-time, local environmental data wherever they are – including third parties such as support vessels or operation centres.
This data provides accurate information on operation uptime and can help to lower costs and emissions associated with operations offshore, such as optimising maintenance visits at wind farms.
Miros WaveWeather is a situational awareness tool for any offshore activity in any part of the world. It is particularly relevant for tidal stations, offshore wind installations and ports.
Miros is a technology company that specialises in measuring the ocean surface. The company has provided sensors and systems for environmental monitoring to the global offshore and maritime industries for more than 35 years and has a presence in 28 countries around the world.
Weather data collection and transmission for tidal stations, offshore wind and ports
Provides real-time, cloud-based data to stakeholders, on or offshore
Can increase operability by up to 15%