The primary technology involved is long-range radar, which is used to track people and vessels and ensure that all safety-case requirements are met before testing begins.
Greater Gabbard Offshore Wind Farm
Wind farm technology typically needs replacing on a cycle of around seven years. At that point, we can step in to carry out either a partial or a complete refresh of both hardware and software, based on our assessment of what needs to be updated.
Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm
We provided AIS and radar solutions for vessel tracking, ADS-B for aircraft and people tracking via a TETRA digital radio system using Bluetooth beacons.
Lynn and Inner Dowsing Offshore Wind Farms
Lynn and Inner Dowsing are a pair of wind farms located in the North Sea, in the shallow waters at the entrance to the Wash off the coast of Lincolnshire. They were developed as a single unit, with construction taking place 2006–2009.
As part of a major refresh project, we extended AIS and marine VHF coverage on to a second substation to enhance the overall resilience of the system.
Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm
Scira needed a robust and reliable network to link its offshore substations, admin centre, remote data centres and London energy traders – all in an area with very limited connectivity and bandwidth.
Wikinger Offshore Wind Farm
The 350MW Wikinger Offshore Wind Farm is Iberdrola Renewables’ first offshore project in Germany. It is situated in the German waters of the Baltic Sea, around 34km north-east of the island of Rügen. Construction began in 2015 with full generation commencing in late 2018.
Holyhead Deep is the world’s first low-flow tidal stream project, and the first step towards the industrialisation of Minesto’s Deep Green marine energy technology.
Galloper Offshore Wind Farm
Galloper Offshore Wind Farm is a 353MW project located 30km (19 mi) off the coast of Suffolk, consisting of 56 turbines and managed from a base in Harwich International Port.