Inclination monitoring

OE Staff
Friday, January 4, 2013

Fugro Renewable Services has launched the Inclinocam, which the company bills as a real-time inclination monitoring service to support safe offshore pile installations. The announcement follows the delivery this year of two high performance Q1400 trenching systems to the UK's Lincs wind farm and the launch of the Seawatch Wind LiDAR Buoy, a multipurpose buoy developed for the renewable energy market. In late August, Fugro announced that its Seaeye Jaguar work class ROV had been selected for use during construction of RWE Innogy's new Nordsee Ost wind farm, a 295MW development offshore Germany scheduled to begin service in 2013.

Categories: Energy Activity Renewables

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