AXYS Technologies (AXYS) said it has completed a series of sea trials on its new TRIAXYS g3 wave sensor.
The trials were conducted both in the German Bight and off the West Coast of Canada and used both AXYS’ own TRIAXYS wave buoy and other industry standard buoys as references.
According to the company, the TRIAXYS g3 demonstrated high levels of correlation against all reference buoys.
“We are pleased that the TRIAXYS g3 maintains our consistent standard of data excellence while enabling us to introduce new features such as a rolling one minute wave data set, near real time reporting for multiple frequencies, and the capacity to store two years of data on board the sensor,” says director of sales, Graham Howe.
The TRIAXYS g3 is a solid state wave sensor which offers, among other new features, frequency partitioning, continuous wave analysis and processing output and refactored messages.
AXYS is said to have already begun a further series of sea trials with the intention of further establishing objective standards for wave measurements.