Earlier this week, Miros launched a brand new offering which makes dry measurements of sea state available through the cloud as a service. For our customers, this means flexible access to real-time data without having to cover the investment in data collection and transfer equipment. Our line of IoT based dry sensors, with no equipment […]

Earlier this week, Miros launched a brand new offering which makes dry measurements of sea state available through the cloud as a service. For our customers, this means flexible access to real-time data without having to cover the investment in data collection and transfer equipment. Our line of IoT based dry sensors, with no equipment exposed to water, is the key to the new service offering.

Equinor deploys cloud-integrated sensor

One of the first customers to take advantage of the cloud-based service is energy major Equinor. The operator uses it to monitor wave conditions at their gas pipeline landfall on Norway’s west coast. The pipeline requires regular inspection and maintenance performed by divers. Accurate monitoring of the near-shore sea state is crucial to diver safety. The operator’s choice of a dry, cloud-integrated wave radar from Miros helps them create significant operational and cost efficiencies, mitigate risk and futureproof their approach with cutting-edge digital technology.

Here you can read the full story of how the IoT based radar and cloud-based service has helped Equinor enhance safety while saving costs.

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