Maximize your offshore business by using a wave radar

What exactly is the use of a wave radar? Or actually, what is the use of collecting real time wave data? Starting to get it? Weather is a major risk factor during offshore cases. Therefore, the right knowledge of the weather conditions will give your staff the necessary information about which operations can be performed safely. Also, real-time wave monitoring provides essential information for vessels during offshore operations. If you purchase a wave radar from Radac, you get the necessary information a wave radar needs to provide in order to work in a safe environment. The wave and tides data will increase operational efficiency, safer jacking operations, personal transfers and safe access to turbine platforms from service vessels.

A sensor to complement the wave radar on board of a vessel

Every time one of your vessels sets sail, you are taking a risk. Your crew is taking a risk as well. So how do you reduce this risk to a minimum? The WaveGuide Onboard might be the solution for your business! The WaveGuide Onboard consists of a sensor and its own server. The sensor is situated on the bow of the ship. The WaveGuide Onboard collects, synchronizes and compensates the data. The sensor comes in an excellent price/performance ratio. Also, it basically has no maintenance, is easy to install and explosion proof certified. Therefore, this wave radar, developed and manufactured by Radac, is suitable for all weather conditions. 

The WaveGuide radar; worldwide, many leading companies rely on this wave radar

When you are looking for something as specific as a wave rader, it might be beneficial to your company to know who else is using the same equipment. Worldwide, many leading companies rely on this radar. Maybe your company will be soon too. You can profit from the many benefits this radar can provide. Examples are the easy installation, a low power consumption and an excellent price/performance ratio. Also, this radar is suitable for all weather conditions. The WaveGuide radar measures the distance to the water surface several times per second. You can purchase this radar in two versions: a standard stainless-steel version and the ATEX certified version.