As businesses across industries look for more ways to increase efficiency and safety while reducing costs, technology to simplify data collection is a top priority. Within the wide scope of maritime industries, from offshore oil and gas to coastal monitoring, from offshore wind farms to merchant shipping, all can benefit from adopting real-time monitoring systems […]

As businesses across industries look for more ways to increase efficiency and safety while reducing costs, technology to simplify data collection is a top priority. Within the wide scope of maritime industries, from offshore oil and gas to coastal monitoring, from offshore wind farms to merchant shipping, all can benefit from adopting real-time monitoring systems that contribute to enhanced planning, situational awareness, performance optimization and hindsight analysis.  The range of applications and scale of operational improvement potential is in many ways endless.

We’re launching the Miros blog not just to introduce and discuss our own sea-state monitoring technologies and services  but also to share more general innovations and trends that drive our industry forward, including technology and business models outside the industry, and hopefully also address some of the large pain points in the maritime industry and how we believe they can be solved.

A revolution in sea-state monitoring

Miros is currently on an exciting journey to modernize its sensors and systems. During 2018 we have launched IoT-versions of our key sensors and we will soon roll out a cloud service to fully leverage the era of Internet-of-Things and Big Data. With our new portfolio of sensors and services, we believe we have started a small revolution in real-time sea-state monitoring which can positively change the way people use and share data and insights about weather critical marine operations. Our portfolio has been designed with the future of marine operations, shipping and coastal monitoring in mind. None of Miros’ wave monitoring products are installed on buoys or submerged in seawater, allowing for highly cost-effective installation and maintenance. The sensors connect seamlessly to the cloud and all relevant wave and current parameters are accessible for users anywhere, anytime.

In the coming months, we will be writing more about the ways you can apply these solutions to manage the challenges of the offshore and marine industries of the world, and hopefully, help you meet your business goals and improve sustainability. Please feel free to join the conversation as well!

 

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