Increasing focus on efficiency and emergency response has lead to a greater demand for real-time monitoring of environmental factors such as waves, currents and tides. Tighter controls on pollution have placed higher demand on the quantity and quality of analyses of water and sediment, and many of these data can now be provided in real-time. Real-time marine measurements can be made available (through secured websites if required), via cellular networks, radio transmission of satellite.
Ocean Scientific International Ltd (OSIL) has been involved in supplying a wide range of monitoring and measurement systems for ports and harbours throughout the UK, Europe and the Middle East.
Real-Time and recorded data
Global deployment and recovery experience
Experienced field personnel
2.6m MetOcean buoys, Kenya
1.7m MetOcean buoy with AIS, Brazil