Over time, the offshore users have gained confidence in the forecasts from StormGeo and as such, in marginal weather, trust that we can continue production based on the information they deliver.Esben Jettestad
Historical data provide a performance benchmark of a specific vessel over time and allow operators and owners to avoid or correct inefficient movements.
Our systems help you predict unintentional or potentially detrimental vessel movements and ensure that your operations run as safely as possible.
By identifying weather windows for specific offshore operations, rig operators can optimize routes and reduce costs.
Each vessel is unique and responds differently in waves and other ocean conditions. StormGeo’s Routing & Rig Move services use ship specific models and optional high-resolution motion sensors to monitor and predict unintentional or potentially detrimental vessel movements. The service also provides guidance on how to avoid or correct such movements.
Incorporating the expertise of master naval architects, our Routing & Rig Moves software model monitors total vessel dynamics. These include rigid body motions, accelerations, effective heel, hull girder loads and dynamic stability phenomena, such as parametric rolling.
When combined with StormGeo’s best-in-class weather and ocean data, our Routing & Rig Moves services give you a detailed, accurate, real-time picture of how the weather will affect a vessel’s performance. This information can be particularly useful in identifying weather windows for specific offshore operations or to optimize routes. With the solution installed you can also document the performance of your vessel over time.