Real-time knowledge of local sea state and weather conditions can contribute substantially to the safety, performance and efficiency of offshore operations. These insights can reduce operational costs and support onshore decision-making processes too.
Miros provides a range of solutions for the collection of environmental data, delivering it directly to the Cloud and making it available on any device. Our dry, IoT-enabled sensors provide real-time and historical data to all life-of-field interfaces, anytime, anywhere. Miros technology monitors local environmental conditions and makes the data accessible on- or offshore. What’s more, it does so without the use of any underwater equipment. In this way, Miros solutions can drive improvement of your triple bottom line.
Real-time knowledge of environmental conditions can contribute significantly to personnel safety.
Miros technology widens weather windows, reducing “waiting on weather” and helping you operate closer to established limits.
Avoid the deployment of vessels in weather conditions that can ultimately inhibit the completion of a mission.
Explore an Ongoing Case Study with ORE Catapult
ORE Catapult, the UK’s leading technology innovation and research centre for offshore renewable energy, maintains the world’s most advanced, open-access, offshore wind turbine dedicated to research.
By collaborating with ORE Catapult, Miros exhibits our future-facing technology in a relevant and reputable context to support positive operational development and improved efficiencies in the offshore wind industry.
Delivering Ocean Insights with Miros Cloud
Miros’ Cloud-based technology for wave and current monitoring during offshore operations gives you decision-making solutions that provide everyone involved with access to real-time and historical data, anytime, anywhere, and to any device.
Miros solutions are IoT-based, providing seamless integration with the Cloud for immediate access, as well as data collection and storage or integration with any third-party weather sensors on site, weather forecasts, tidal tables, AIS and any other relevant data sources. In this way, Miros helps its customers to build a holistic decision-support system.
With Miros Cloud, all data is securely stored for quick and easy access or download. This can facilitate post-operation and incident analyses, the planning of future operations, or even long-term asset integrity assessments.
Miros’ wave sensors have been certified for their accuracy by reputable certification agencies. They have been thoroughly tested against competing brands and technologies by independent third parties. In addition, the Miros WaveFinder is the only alpha-factor approved wave-monitoring instrument on the market.
Miros’ portfolio of solutions is based on stand-alone sensors with embedded processing and browser-based GUI for set-up and configuration. No integration or external processing is needed. Installation and commissioning is achieved by simply adding power and Internet. Miros’ sensors do not need calibration at commissioning. This makes our offerings truly plug and play.
With more than 35 years’ experience working in the harsh environment of the North Sea, Miros has developed a global customer base, including the world’s major energy companies and vessel operators. Miros is proud to be a member of both Scottish Renewables, RenewableUK and the Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group.
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In the maritime industry, it is no secret that reliable data is highly valuable to any operation, and most operators would consider this to be a necessity rather than “nice to have”. At Miros, we specialise in sea state measurement and understand the importance of having the right data to the right people at the right time.
Providing live sea state insights allows offshore wind operators not only to be better informed about weather-sensitive operations, but access to sea conditions in real-time is also crucial for improving safety, cost saving and the environment. The wind industry moves further out and pushes its boundaries of operation toward deeper waters and harsher environments, which demands an increased focus and commitment to enhance the safety of the people who operate and maintain these assets.
The offshore wind industry continues to push the boundaries of where it operates, moving ever more into deeper waters and harsher environments. That drive to advance must be matched and exceeded by our commitment to further enhance the safety of the people who operate and maintain these assets.