ASKER, Norway — Miros has introduced new software tools to support operational efficiency and cut downtime in offshore wind projects.
According to the company, the project team requires accurate real-time information without having to switch between multiple displays.
Miros’ real-time cloud service now includes an offshore wind map that allows teams to visualize sea state and weather data received from individual turbines across a site. It also provides a global view of their wind farms, with no need to access multiple dashboards.
Another new service is Data Explorer, generating all-in-one sharable dashboards to analyze real-time and historical data from one or more offshore wind sites.
This is said to removes the need to access and maintain several data sources, with users gaining an immediate preview of critical information for making best sense of the data, analyzing trends, and sharing historical and real-time sea state insights.
Intuitive tools are said to help operations and maintenance teams reduce energy consumption levels and emissions caused by cancelled offshore operations due to issues with weather conditions and site access.