Open Ocean to present Metocean Analytics at the 2nd US Offshore Wind 2017 from May 8-9th, 2017 in Long Island, New York, USA
On May 2nd, 2017, Open Ocean’s CEO, Jerome Cuny will be representing Open Ocean at OTC 2017 in Houston, presenting a paper entitled “Innovative methodology to compute extreme values associated with hurricanes”.
On 3-5 April 2017, MCE Deepwater Development (MCEDD) 2017 will be held in Amsterdam and Open Ocean will present Metocean Analytics.
Metocean Analytics now covers with new regional datasets a large area surrounding Australia, which includes New Caledonia, the south of Papua New Guinea and the south of Indonesia.
Open Ocean will be attending several offshore energy events over the next few months and we are looking forward to meet you there and present you our marine data intelligence tool: Metocean Analytics.
Contact us to set up a specific meeting time!
Seanergy Normandie 2017 will take place on March 22th-23th 2017 at Le Havre, France, and Open Ocean will be presenting Metocean Analytics, the first online offer for metocean study on-demand.
Floating Offshore Wind Turbine is an event dedicated to floating offshore wind that will take place in Marseille, France, on March 15th & 16th, 2017. Last year, the successful event counted over 330 participants from 15 different countries.
A world zone is now available in Metocean Analytics catalogue.
Now, whichever location you are interested in, you can directly click on a global map and obtain all the wind, wave, ocean current, temperature and salinity data and statistics you need.
Using global datasets that cover all oceans and seas, Metocean Analytics gives you access to the world ocean with no limitation.
Moreover, similarly to the regional zones, you can have access to global maps of mean and maximum wind speed, wave height, current speed temperature, and bathymetry.
Metocean Analytics brings the whole ocean world at your fingertips.
Metocean Analytics data catalogue keeps growing. The catalogue now includes ocean temperature and salinity datasets for the whole globe.
Moreover, these temperature and salinity data are available for the whole water column. Hence, with Metocean Analytics you can now analyze the variability of temperature or salinity at any water depth.
Metocean Analytics even computes extreme values for the temperature at any water depth.
From 200m above sea level down to the seafloor, Metocean Analytics provides you with all the average conditions and extreme values for wind, wave, ocean current, temperature and salinity.
No more limitation on metocean conditions knowledge with Metocean Analytics.