Miros WaveWeather delivers accurate, real-time measurements of local sea state and weather conditions to any user, on any device, providing critical data for all relevant stakeholders, on- or offshore. The compact solution is easy to install, simply requiring Internet and a power supply to get started. The environmental data is then immediately accessible anywhere, without the need for any external processing. This dry, Cloud-integrated solution makes the costly maintenance associated with underwater equipment a thing of the past and can be leveraged to support safe and efficient operations.
With Miros WaveWeather you gain real-time access to local measurements of the following parameters:
Wave Height & Period
Air Gap / Draught
Water Level / Tide
Wind Speed & Direction
What Are the Advantages of Miros Waveweather?
WaveWeather puts accurate, reliable data in the hands of decision makers at the right time. Users gain access to real-time, local environmental data wherever they are. Access can easily be given to third parties involved in the operation (vessels, operation centres, etc.).
For more than 35 years, Miros’ customers have benefited from the wider weather windows, operational decision support, increased performance and enhanced safety provided by our dry, remote sensors. Miros sensors are thoroughly tested and certified by reputable certification agencies such as DNV GL.
Cost of Ownership
Miros WaveWeather is based on plug-and-play sensors with embedded processing and browser-based GUIs. No integration or external processing is required. Miros WaveWeather is uniquely cost-effective, with no equipment submerged in water and physical maintenance reduced to a minimum.
Who Is It For?
Miros WaveWeather is a situational awareness solution intended for any industry or user relying on accurate, local environmental data for operational decision-making. The solution is designed for:
- Tidal Stations: Accurate tidal, sea state and weather data. Cloud-based, real-time visualisation, data storage, data streaming and post processing.
- Offshore Wind: Real-time sea state and weather data for operational planning and decision support.
- Ports: Real-time water level, sea state and weather data, providing accurate local data for ship entry and exit planning.
Explore an Ongoing Case Study Making Use of WaveWeather
Miros is using WaveWeather to measure a wide range of variables at Flaskebekk, a small community on the water’s edge, deep within the Oslofjord.
We hope to contribute to a better understanding of the “mini-tsunamis” occurring there, what causes them, and their potential impacts.
Miros WaveWeather is a situational awareness solution intended for any industry or user relying on accurate, local environmental data for operational decision-making.
Discover Relevant Content:
NOAA’s Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (CO-OPS) conducted a 3-month field study comparing radar-based water level sensors. They found that the Miros RangeFinder is the optimal choice for wave measurements.
Miros is using a RangeFinder to measure the height, length and period of the waves at Flaskebekk, a small community on the water’s edge, deep within the Oslofjord. We hope to contribute to a better understanding of the “mini-tsunamis” occurring there, what causes them, and their potential impacts.
Marine operations are particularly sensitive to environmental challenges such as those posed by unpredictable weather conditions. Undertaking real-time measurements and analysis, as well as forming appropriate risk assessments based on wind and weather data, can help to mitigate the potential challenges of project delays, cost overruns, property damage and safety.