OPERABILITY STUDIES
(DOWNTIME)

Operability studies in marine environments

By means of a specialised analysis of historical climatic conditions (last 35 years) in a specific area, we can define “windows of operability”. These windows of operability determine the optimum conditions for conducting activities and operations in the marine environment, taking into account the specific metocean variables that can affect them.

A specialised analysis of the optimal operational dates and conditions for carrying out certain jobs and operations enables these activities to be planned in a more efficient and practical way, by reducing potential environmental and personnel safety risks and the possibility of unexpected costs on the project.

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OTHER 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.).

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.

RESILIENCE OF COASTAL AREAS

Climate Resilience Studies in Coastal Areas

RESILIENCE OF COASTAL AREAS

The adaptation of coastal cities, ports, maritime infrastructure and coastal ecosystems, requires specific climate studies to be conducted that take permanent and occasional increases in sea level caused by climate change into account.

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