Meteorological and oceanographic phenomena can significantly affect the smooth running and management of marine and coastal activities, and can have a negative impact on the safety and cost of these activities and the environment in which they take place.

Meteorological and marine modelling systems enable any potential risks to which a specific maritime activity may be exposed to be diagnosed. These methodologies enable exposure to the aforementioned potential impacts to be assessed and quantified.

We specialise in the preparation of climate studies and marine forecasting tools which support the different phases of a project or operation (design, construction and exploitation) and provide a detailed diagnosis of the environmental conditions in the area of activity.

These tools also lead to optimisation in the design of infrastructure (lower costs) and aid the decision-making process, thus preventing the exposure of infrastructure and workers to risk situations.

OUR SOLUTIONS

AVERAGE AND EXTREME CLIMATE

Provision of data and preparation of climate studies with metocean parameters for the design and construction of offshore and coastal infrastructure

AVERAGE AND EXTREME CLIMATE

Climate studies of historical marine and meteorological conditions (wind, swell, currents, tides, etc.) in a specific area for the design of marine infrastructures (ports, dykes, marine platforms, etc.).

OPERABILITY STUDIES (DOWNTIME)

Operability studies in marine environments

OPERABILITY STUDIES (DOWNTIME)

Specific studies for the efficient sizing and scheduling of operations and activities in the marine environment considering the metocean conditions they are exposed to.

SEA AND COASTAL FORECASTING

Meteorological and maritime forecasting systems

SEA AND COASTAL FORECASTING

Meteorological and marine forecasting tool that provides reports and alerts regarding risks within 48 to 72 hours which could affect infrastructure and marine activities.

OUR CLIENTS

Our clients

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