Another Typical Day
IT...more than just a desk job! Paul Webster and Mark Spall at the Iberdrola Wikinger Sub Station for an Annual Preventative Maintenance Visit. Mark (right) applying fresh weather proofing and Paul (left) on-board at the end of a long day offshore, awaiting the Crew Transfer Vessel to take them both back to Wikinger O&M base located at Sassnitz Port, Germany. Another fantastic job completed by our dedicated Engineers. Well done.
We were delighted to host a team from the Norfolk County Council on the 21st January for an 'Internet of Things' presentation evening. They kindly agreed to come along and talk to our team about their project and it was fascinating to hear about what they have been doing, what they have actually built and what they are now offering. So what is Internet of Things and how will it help us in Norfolk and Suffolk? Well, the Internet of Things, also known as IoT, is the concept of connecting a device with a sensor to the Internet to collect data to monitor, manage, control or report. This includes everything from kettles, light bulbs, pollution monitors and flood warning sensors. The main purpose is to generate real-time data that we can then analyse and use to create desired business outcomes. Norfolk County Council where the first to open up long range wide area network (LoRaWAN) to innovators and businesses to test IoT applications, and in conjunction with their colleagues in Suffolk, they are already utilising that data to improve the lives of people across both counties.
Nesspoint will be attending the Wind Europe Offshore 2019 Exhibition in Copenhagen between 26th - 28th November. We are looking forward to meeting everyone and offering advise on Integrated Marine Surveillance and Management through to offshore Voice and Data communications and Plant LAN/WAN Infrastructure. If you are there then please feel free to come along to the stand and have a chat.
Congratulations to our partners Innovative Navigation on your 20th Anniversary and thank you for allowing us the opportunity to attend and present at your symposium and exhibition. Our Director Christopher Cooper was delighted to present a short piece entitled “Safety as a standard” with a focus on the future of technology. We are looking forward to innovating the products and services to new and existing customers.
We are pleased to say that Lee Cheung, Senior Sales Engineer for Nesspoint will be attending the Offshore Energy 19 Exhibition and Conference in Amesterdam from 7th - 9th October 2019. He will be there to talk to people about Integrated Marine Surveillance and Management, Voice and Data Communications and Plant LAN/WAN Infrastructure and much more.
Our Installation Engineers showing off the new signage while working near Holyhead Harbour recently. New brand, new adventure, same level of professionalism and expertise.
Nesspoint Engineers Andy Roberts and Paul Webster installing CCTV systems at Beatrice Wind Farm in Wick recently. Another great job lads.
Nesspoint technician Dean Matless prepares to go offshore to perform maintenance on the TETRA communication systems at the Wikinger Windfarm in Germany.
Vissim Renewables has rebranded to Nesspoint. Over the last five years, we have expanded and adopted a series of new products and services, while continuing to innovate, not just in the renewables sector but other sectors too.
We will be attending the EEEGR SNS2019 Exhibition over the next couple of days at the Norfolk Showground and we would love you to come along and talk with James about all things communications, marine surveillance and co-ordination.
Lee soaks up the atmosphere at Wind Europe 2019. Lee and James are here if you want to talk about marine intelligence systems and communication platforms.
Will you be attending Wind Europe 2019? Do you have a need for better management of your marine activities, communications and want to work in partnership? Get in touch with Lee Cheung to arrange to meeting.
Director of Offshore Wind, Innogy SE Paul Cowling comments on today's announcement of the Offshore Wind Sector Deal which paves the way for 30GW of offshore wind by 2030