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Posted 2011-10-31 10:08:25 by Admin
The WaveSentry project is developing an improved decision support tool for the many marine operations that are impacted by adverse sea conditions for reasons of both economics and safety. Currently available information is based on atmospheric/ocean models which lack temporal and spatial information. The WaveSentry project aims to exploit new data sources, including novel satellite remote measurements of wave steepness as well as real-time buoy and ship derived data.

Organisations from both industry and the knowledge base concerned with the provision or use of sea-state measurements and forecasting are invited to join the WaveSentry Knowledge Network.

To register your interest in the WaveSentry KN or for more information please contact Simon Powell on: 02380 111592 or email

or to join the Knowledge Network please go to

WaveSentry Partners

* Seazone (HR Wallingford Ltd) (Lead partner)
* EMU Ltd
* Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd
* The National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
* Chelsea Technology Group Ltd
* Marine South East Ltd


GeoData Institute, University of Southampton

WaveSentry is co-funded by the Technology Strategy Board.