Miros RangeFinder Determines Safe Conditions for Jacking Operations During Offshore Wind Farm Construction

When a passing typhoon caused the project’s wave buoy to fail, a Miros RangeFinder was able to deliver accurate, real-time local sea state data continuously, allowing operations to continue.


Miros RangeFinder

The Miros RangeFinder is the ultimate stand-alone sensor for airgap, tide, water level, draught and wave measurements. We decided to take a look under the hood with Miros Operations Manager


The Outlook: Stronger Wind, Bigger Waves, and More Extreme Events

Global trends in wind speed and wave height are on the up, with increasingly extreme conditions predicted worldwide. We explore the findings of several studies and discuss the important role of remote sensing in the ongoing surveillance of environmental conditions.


Ten Offshore Operational Challenges and How Miros Sensors Help to Solve Them

There are a number of significant challenges when planning and executing offshore operations. We outline some of these issues below, along with the ways in which Miros’ dry, digital wave and current sensor technology can help to solve them.


Safe Travel

Infection control on the journey has never been more relevant, and everyone comes with advice on what to do and not to do. It is a confusing time and difficult to keep track of. We have therefore created a checklist that briefly describes what you should keep in mind before, during and after the trip, to ensure that you travel as safely as possible.


That’s 205 Knots and counting!

The #SB1Defiant continues to reach new speeds, and as our Chief Test Pilot, Bill Fell said: “This thing’s got a lot more in it!”


How Miros Is Responding to the Corona Virus

As the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus continues to develop, we offer continuous updates on how Miros is being impacted.


Aircontact – Bureau Veritas Certification

AIRCONTACT: By being held to ISO 9001 standards, we are able to make sure our customers gets the best service based on procedures which streamlines how we operate.


Lightning strikes & Aviation

Lightning strikes can be dangerous in aviation and should be avoided. August 13th-2020 the Oslo area was hit by a tropical type thunderstorm lasting into the early hours. The high frequency of lightning strikes is unusual this far north.


Has the Corona put an end to the Electric Aircraft?

Many people are worried that the corona will stop the development of electric aircraft - on the contrary, says our expert on electric aircraft, Arne Martin Gilberg


Bringing people home

AIRCONTACT: Many have chosen to follow the advice from the Norwegian government to return to Norway. The last 24 hours Aircontact has received numerous requests from groups that wants to return home.


Nordvestlandet is opening their eyes to automated bacterial monitoring

2019 brought with it two sales in a row to two municipalities in Nordvestlandet