Short description: Sensors mounted on the newly formed seabed reinforcements to identify the formation of overflows and show the mitigation of the phenomenon. Modernization of the fairway necessitates the observation of critical points exposed to destruction caused by the forces of nature and the thrusters of ships.
Market potential: Ports, maritime intitutes. End users: The data can be used for analysis by designers, engineers to verify the solutions used. Sensors must be resistant to external influences.
Timing: The demad is already there. The technology will be able for implementation after conducting research on the test section (12-month follow-up).
Desired result: Quick response in the event of damage to the seabottom or the occurrence of shallows in a given area, the ability to monitor the situation around the clock. Shorter stays of ships in port will contribute to reducing CO2 emissions and noise.
Information on challenge owner: Mid-Cap (250-3,000 staff).
Market presence of challenge owner: Active in one country.
Keywords: Sensor technology related to measurements; Sensor/ multisensor technology; Underground infrastructure; Applications software; IoT and sensors