Miros Cloud is a service offering which is currently available alongside several of our core sensors. These include the Wave & Current Radar, as well as our non-directional wave monitoring and water level radars, RangeFinder and WaveFinder.
Miros Cloud provides reliable, real-time data to all stakeholders, on- or offshore, and on any device.
How Does It Work?
Miros Cloud simplifies data collection and remote access to collected data. It also enables various other services such as:
Data streaming and download capabilities
Option to integrate other types of data such as weather forecasts, tide charts, AIS, etc.
Miros Cloud Introduces the Following Benefits:
- Accurate, reliable data accessible from anywhere via the internet
- Cloud-integration allows for enhanced scalability and user access on- or off-shore
- Ocean state data can be hosted centrally, in the cloud
- Data streaming & download capabilities
- Low maintenance costs. Cost-effective, remote upgrades and online diagnostics
- Low upfront costs due to the as-a-service pricing
- Quick setup and deployment, the cloud offering is truly plug and play
By making dry measurements of sea state available through the cloud as a service we aim to give customers access to real-time data while having a choice of whether or not to invest in the necessary equipment for data collection and transfer.
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At the end of 2018, Miros launched a brand new offering, making dry sea-state measurements available as a service through the Cloud. For our customers, Miros’ Cloud-integrated wave radars mean flexible access to real-time data without having to cover the investment in data collection and transfer equipment.
The Miros team has long been known for ocean surface monitoring and solutions for providing customers with ocean insights. Now we are making sea-state data available as a Cloud-integrated service.
As businesses across industries look for ways to increase efficiency and safety while reducing costs, simplifying data collection is a top priority. Within the wide scope of maritime industries, all can benefit from adopting real-time sea-state monitoring systems. From offshore oil and gas to coastal monitoring, offshore wind farms to merchant shipping, the enhanced planning, situational awareness, performance optimisation and hindsight analysis on offer is game-changing. The range of applications, along with the scale of operational improvement potential is, in many ways, endless.