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Miros' sensors provide valuable insights to validate the use of unmanned vehicles for port operations

By GeoConnexion - 12th April 2022 - 12:52

Miros has installed a tailored environmental monitoring system to support a three-year research project at the port of Gdynia in Poland. The bespoke system provides accurate current and wave measurements and oil spill monitoring from a strategic location in the bay of Gdansk. The expected results will be used to create recommendations for the operation of unmanned units in ports and will be made available to governmental organisations. The gathered sea state data will be combined with a hydrodynamic model to calculate and forecast hydro-meteorological conditions in the Gdynia harbour area . A major project milestone was achieved in February 2022 when data first became available via Miros Cloud.

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