AWAMS Integration Testing & Deployment Summer 2022

Over the past 6 months TechWorks Marine and the DCU Water Institute have been working together to deliver a final deployment as part of their project goals.

In that time, a number of reliability studies have been carried out in the lab to validate the sensors against existing oceanographic sensors such as the EXO2 sonde developed by YSI. These have indicated excellent comparisons between the sensors when tested using turbidity and chlorophyll standards at multiple concentrations. Once this was completed the teams came together to carry out a second deployment in Dun Laoighaire harbour. This was done over a number of weeks and the outputs were very successful.

Looking ahead to the final few weeks of the project the teams will engage the sensor network in a number of use cases where we will activate all sensors in a range of locations off the Irish coast to gather information in a number of settings and scenarios.

A-WaMs Sensor

TechWorks Marine MiniBuoy

If you are interested in our system please contact the team atβ€― info@awams.eu and follow us on Twitter @AWaMS_2020 for more project updates!

#JobFairy - TechWorks Marine are #hiring! πŸ“’πŸŒŠ

@TechWorksMarine are currently recruiting for the following:

πŸ”Έ Oceanographic/Metocean Scientist
πŸ”Ή Marine Technician
πŸ”Έ Junior embedded Engineer
πŸ”Ή Full Stack Developer

πŸ“… Apply by 15 June

More πŸ‘‰ https://loom.ly/1jAV1kc

Ireland Leads European Space Agency Effort to Demystify Satellite Data Usage in the Wind Energy Sector

TechWorks Marine, a marine data company, today announces the commencement of a €475,000 contract with the European Space Agency (ESA)

Dublin's TechWorks Marine Secures Major Contract with European Space Agency to Advance Wind Energy Sector https://afloat.ie/marine-environment/power-from-the-sea/item/63193-dublin-s-techworks-marine-secures-major-contract-with-european-space-agency-to-advance-wind-energy-sector

Dublin company @TechWorksMarine said data from satellites can be used to find suitable sites for wind farms and support monitoring activities.

#MemberNews - MIIN Member company @TechWorksMarine have secured a contract with the European Space Agency (@ESA) to expand the use of satellite data in Europe's #wind sector.

Read all about it πŸ‘‰ https://loom.ly/CF6L2Uw

We're delighted to be able to formally announce the kick-off of our @ESA_EO Earth Observation (EO) Best Practice Project for the Wind Energy Sector. πŸƒπŸ›°πŸŒŠ

πŸ“°: @siliconrepublic

https://www.siliconrepublic.com/innovation/esa-satellites-wind-sector-ireland-techworks-marine-data

Recently, many countries across continents have been affected by flooding.

@TechWorksMarine is actively building software to map the extent of floods in Ireland and elsewhere, allowing agencies to fine tune their alert systems, and to model the extent of future flooding!