A wave radar sensor in the bow of your ship means that you can react to changes in the waves, more quickly. The WaveGuide Onboard might be the solution for your business! The WaveGuide Onboard consists of a sensor and its own server. The sensor is situated on the bow of the ship. The WaveGuide Onboard collects, synchronizes and compensates the data. The sensor comes in an excellent price/performance ratio. Also, it basically has no maintenance, is easy to install and explosion proof certified. Therefore, this wave radar, developed and manufactured by Radac, is suitable for all weather conditions.
The WaveGuide radar; worldwide, many leading companies rely on this wave radar
Radac’s wave height radar has been a favoured tool by many large offshore companies worldwide, and for good reason! Maybe your company will be soon too. You can profit from the many benefits this radar can provide. Examples are the easy installation, a low power consumption and an excellent price/performance ratio. Also, this radar is suitable for all weather conditions. The WaveGuide radar measures the distance to the water surface several times per second. You can purchase this radar in two versions: a standard stainless-steel version and the ATEX certified version.
A company who develops a wave radar for your business
Your business does important work and should therefore be protected against the influences of its surroundings. Radac manufactures and develops these systems. Radac is a Dutch company, based in Delft. The company has a wide variation of clients. For example; their client base is made up of offshore wind farm operators, port operators, oil companies, international project developers, shipping companies and governments. One of their most valued companies is the Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management (Rijkswaterstaat). The company has developed several products, such as the Wave Direction, Wave Height & Tide and Water Level.