OSIL Applications

 

Dredge Monitoring

Monitoring environmental conditions is an essential requirement for dredging operations.                        

OSIL offer a range of sensors (e.g. turbidityflow), platforms (e.g. data buoysmoorings), and sampling equipment (e.g. corersgrabs) together with analytical services to provide turn-key field systems.  

 

 

 

Offshore Engineering

OSIL specialise is providing integrated engineered systems that are tailored to customer's specific requirements, including Winches & Launch & Recovery Systems (LARS). From fully instrumented data buoys and other floating platforms, to seabed frames for current monitoring, ROV fired systems, or sediment coring systems, such as the 60m Jumbo (Giant) Piston Corer or the 9m modular Vibrocorer, OSIL can provide clear solutions to the most ambiguous and ambitious of projects.

 

 

Ports & Harbours

Increasing focus on efficiency and emergency response has lead to a greater demand for real-time monitoring of environmental factors such as waves, currents and tides. Tighter controls on pollution have placed higher demand on the quantity and quality of analyses of water and sediment, and many of these data can now be provided in real-time.  Real-time marine measurements can be made available, via secured websites where required, via cellular networks. radio transmission or satellite. Ocean Scientific International Ltd (OSIL) has been involved in supplying a wide range of monitoring and measurement systems for ports and harbours throughout the UK, Europe and the Middle East.           

 

Coastal & Estuarine

 

Coastal & Estuarine Monitoring

Increasing demand on coastal resources has lead to a greater demand for real-time monitoring of environmental factors such as waves, currents and tides. Ocean Scientific International Ltd (OSIL) has been involved in supplying a wide range of monitoring and measurement systems for coastal regions throughout the UK, Europe and the Middle East.

 

 

MetOcean

OSIL provides metocean measurement systems covering the entire range of metocean parameters, including physical oceanographic measurements (currents, waves, water levels) and meteorological measurements (wind, pressure, air temperature, etc.).

   

 

 

Oil & Gas, Renewables

Increasing focus on efficiency and emergency response has lead to a greater demand for real-time monitoring of environmental factors such as waves, currents and tides. Tighter controls on pollution have placed higher demand on the quantity and quality of analyses of water and sediment, and many of these data can now be provided in real-time.  Real-time marine measurements can be made available, securely, via the internet, GSM network, radio transmission or satellite. Ocean Scientific International Ltd (OSIL) has been involved in supplying a wide range of monitoring and measurement systems for offshore installations throughout the UK, Europe, the Middle East and West Africa.

 

 

Sediment Sampling

Seabed sampling equipment includes box corersgravity corerspiston corers and grabs.  A range of multiple corers can provide samples with an undisturbed sediment/water interface and the new vibrocorer samples coarse grain sand and gravel sites.

 

 

Fracking

The process of Hydraulic Fracturing (fracking), where gas is extracted from shale rock, poses a potential threat to the surface and ground level water network. The quantities of chemicals and minerals used in the extraction process, along with the huge volumes of water required, mean that implementing a reliable fracking monitoring process is crucial. 

 


 

Meteorology

We offer a range of meteorological sensors for operation in harsh environments. Parameters measured include wind speed and directiontemperaturehumiditybarometric pressure and rainfall.  Digital display units and data handling can offer easy-to-read presentation of meteorological conditions from offshore and onshore locations.

 

 

Salinity Measurement & Standards

Salinity is one of the most measured parameters in oceanography and is used widely in marine chemistry, physics and biology. The quality and comparability of salinity data worldwide depends largely on the widespread use of IAPSO Standard Seawater and a high precision laboratory salinometer or in situ CTD instrument.

 


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