News

Government announces historic commitment to UK marine industry

The UK Government recently launched Maritime 2050, their first ever long-term strategy to support an...

Onboard Project looking at digital skills in the ports and logistics sector recognised for good practice

The Onboard Project celebrated the first year of implementation at the end of 2018, being recognised...

Events

DIT South East Finance for Export, 25th March 2019, Gatwick

Export finance helps your business to grow without having to take on other investments or having add...

British Marine Expo, 26th and 27th March 2019, Southampton

The British Marine Expo 2019 promises two days of inspiration, education and engagement in the dynam...

Current Projects - WaveSentry: Advanced Sea-State measurement and forecasting

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WaveSentry Sea-State forecasting project successfully concludes...

On 23rd April Marine South East hosted a workshop to conclude the ‘WaveSentry’ project. Titled, ‘Improved Wave Measurement and Forecasting System & Future Developments’, the event presented the key outcomes of the project and explored technologies and opportunities for further development of wave measurement and maritime forecasting.

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Sea-state Forecasting project progresses using Chelsea Technology sensors...

WaveSentry, a project co-funded by the Technology Strategy Board and managed by Marine South East, is using sensors and electronics provided by project partner, Chelsea Technologies to collect real-time wave data to advance sea-state forecasting for marine applications.

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WaveSentry KN; A Knowledge Network in the field of Advanced Sea-State Measurement and Forecasting...

To maximise the business benefits of WaveSentry, a project developing an improved system for the measurement, forecasting and portrayal of sea-states, Marine South East is creating WaveSentry KN. This specialist knowledge network will facilitate the identification and exploitation of spin-out technologies and market opportunities for managing the risks of marine operations in adverse sea states.

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WaveSentry partner EMU highlight their involvement with the project...

WaveSentry is a project developing an improved system for the measurement, forecasting and portrayal of sea-states. EMU, one of the WaveSentry project partners, undertook to gain the opinions of potential end users for the development of a new sea state forecasting tool via a survey last year.

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National Oceanography Centre using reflected GPS signals to enhance sea-state measurement and forecasting...

Scientists at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) are participating in the Technology Strategy Board 'WaveSentry' project to harness reflected signals from Global Navigation Satellites. Systems such as GPS will provide a new source of sea-state data for an improved information and forecasting service. The 'WaveSentry service will improve risk management for a wide range of marine operations in adverse conditions.

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