Proserv: a paradigm shift in cable health monitoring

Proserv: a paradigm shift in cable health monitoring

Posted: February 24, 2021

The future in offshore wind revolves around smarter, real-time decision-making, and so having access to far more data will significantly enhance operations and maintenance (O&M) activities. Operators will be able to pre-empt possible failures, giving them an opportunity for considered remedial action.

Subsea UK News – February 2021

Paul Cook, our Product Manager – Renewables, at Proserv Controls has this month collaborated on a thought leader piece for Subsea UK’s quarterly magazine focused on the exciting subsea cable health monitoring solution that we are developing with several key partners.

Tom Morley from Synaptec and Darren Moore from BPP Cable Solutions join Paul in explaining how the powerful capabilities of machine learning, for example, will lead to a paradigm shift in automated condition monitoring, enabling small anomalies in performance to be detected long before a problem arises.

This article was published in Subsea UK News, February 2021 and kindly replicated here with their permission.

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