During the planning, construction and operation phases, offshore wind farms generate vast amounts of data from various sources and have extensive data and maintenance logs. Managing and processing this large volume of data can be challenging, especially considering the variety of data formats and data users.
Subsea data is often collected by different stakeholders, including wind farm developers, operators, contractors, and maintenance teams. Ensuring data accessibility and interoperability across different systems, formats, and organisations can be complex. Subsea data can also be time-sensitive, especially in scenarios where immediate action is required, such as detecting equipment failures or potential hazards.
Even with effective collection and storage, extracting meaningful insights from subsea data is required for optimising offshore wind farm operations, reducing downtime, and enhancing performance. Advanced data management and analytics techniques can enable effective data-driven decision-making with the right software.
In this short webinar Greg Hammond, Digital Lead – UTEC, explains the benefits of facilitating digital data delivery to make better informed decisions.