A sensory wave radar that floats your boat, and keeps it floating

As long as man has fared the seas and oceans of the world, we have tried to accurately measure wave height. The WaveGuide Onboard might be the solution for your business! The WaveGuide Onboard consists of a sensor and its own server. The sensor is situated on the bow of the ship. The WaveGuide Onboard collects, synchronizes and compensates the data. The sensor comes in an excellent price/performance ratio. Also, it basically has no maintenance, is easy to install and explosion proof certified. Therefore, this wave radar, developed and manufactured by Radac, is suitable for all weather conditions. 

A company who develops a wave radar for your business

Your business, pretty much like any business, depends on accurate information with which you can predict factors that influence your process. Radac manufactures and develops these systems. Radac is a Dutch company, based in Delft. The company has a wide variation of clients. For example; their client base is made up of offshore wind farm operators, port operators, oil companies, international project developers, shipping companies and governments. One of their most valued companies is the Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management (Rijkswaterstaat). The company has developed several products, such as the Wave Direction, Wave Height & Tide and Water Level. 

Use a WaveGuide Level on your pipe as a wave radar

A wave radar attached to your pipeline provides you with a constant stream of information about the environment. You can easily measure the motions of the water’s surface with two products. You can use a WaveGuide Water Level or a WaveGuide Height & Tide, mounted on top of a pipe. Both products are suitable for all weather conditions, they are perfect for solar energy and are reliable, durable and accurate. The products from Radac are perfect for rivers, bridge clearance, lakes and dams. The water level will be measured at the point where it’s mounted. The raw data and parameters even can be requested and displayed on a computer’s web browser!