On behalf of its client Jan De Nul Group, subsea technology company Seatools said it is in the process of delivering an extensive range of dredging sensors.
The sensors will be used to monitor the dredging operations of three trailing suction hopper dredgers that are currently under construction.
The delivery will comprise a broad range of dredging sensors, including (differential) pressure sensors, rotation angle sensors, inclination sensors, and wire length sensors. The sensors supply reliable and real-time data on a wide range of dredging process and equipment parameters.
As such, the instrumentation supplied by Seatools should provide the basis for accurate monitoring of the dredging process and enables Jan De Nul Group to optimize dredging efficiency, Seatools noted.