Smart Ocean Power Buoy

Powers autonomous instruments in the sea and provides real-time data connectivity

Resen Waves is the first company in the World to provide continuous power and real-time data connectivity to autonomous instruments and machinery in the sea, as a plug and play solution.

It is now possible to access instruments in real-time through smart phones or web applications, no matter where the instruments are located in the big oceans. Electric power is no more a limitation.

Until now instruments and machinery in the sea have been powered by batteries, PV or diesel generators, which require regular ship operations to replace batteries or maintain diesel generators, which is costly and not always possible due to bad weather. This means that the power usage have had to be limited.

Economizing power is normally done by cutting back on data transmission, which limits the applications of the instruments. All these draw backs are effectively solved by installing a Resen Waves Power Buoy in the sea, where the power and data connectivity is required, as a plug-and-play solution.

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