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INNOVATIONS & USING NEW TECHNOLOGY


up projects but moreover in maintenance of the structures. Continuous follow-up through intelligent monitoring offers the solution for risk reduction, therefore cost reduction and higher chances of success. The company’s engineers can identify, explain and predict the behaviour of the structures by analysing the acquired data.


FOCUS


Inspections cost time and money. It’s not evident to regularly do physical inspections due to restricted weather windows. This is why the company puts its focus on being robust in operations. For example by using remote compact sensor units they provide a solution to overcome the impediments peculiar to wave and tidal structures.


These units have to be able to obtain data for a longer period of time, that is why they must be robust and durable enough to endure the harshest load regimes. The maintenance of individual units happens remotely therefore avoiding the need for physical intervention.


Zensor The challenge


Harvesting energy safely and efficiently


Partnering with Parker in the development of tidal energy technologies provides the security of long maintenance free working lives. Our dependable product solutions reflect Parker’s commitment to the tidal energy industry and to solving the world’s greatest engineering challenges.


parker.com/energy


www.wavetidalenergynetwork.co.uk


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