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Metocean statistics

Marine forecasts

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« La mer est un espace de rigueur et de liberté »  Victor Hugo

OPERATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY
to benefit the sea

 

The operational oceanography is aiming to measure and forecast the marine environment parameters
by implementing operational observation and forecast system,
tailored to the requirements of the sea users.

 

Actimar is a service company devoted to maritime and coastal activities:
  • Metocean studies and high-resolution coastal oceanography
  • High-resolution remote sensing by radars and optical sensors (lidar and hyperspectral)
  • Development and implementation of operational systems for decision-making aids

In a highly specialised and ever-progressing sector, Actimar focuses its activities especially on developing innovative products tailored to the requirements of professional stakeholders and users of the sea.

News

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Actimar strengthens its coastal ocean modelling capabilities Actimar strengthens its coastal ocean modelling capabilities Wednesday, 03 December 2014 17:09 Involved for many years in ocean modelling near the coast, Actimar strengthens its position with its major contractors that are the oil and gas industry and National Defence. Read more
ClimReport ClimReport Wednesday, 01 October 2014 14:36 Actimar launches its new product ClimReport providing monthly statistics of metocean parameters anywhere in the world ocean. Read more

Ongoing projects

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HYCOM-Sedim HYCOM-Sedim Monday, 08 December 2014 13:55 Actimar performs a feasibility and implementation study of a sedimentary dynamics module in the HYCOM code. The scales covered range from the shelf break to the coast. Read more
OUTMEDI OUTMEDI Monday, 08 December 2014 13:47 Actimar sets up a system of ocean forecasting off Portugal and in the Gulf of Cadiz, on behalf of SHOM and in partnership with the Portuguese Hydrographic Institute. Read more
VIGICOTE VIGICOTE Friday, 06 October 2006 14:55 VIGICOTE is a project of the Hydrographic and Oceanographical Service of the French Navy (SHOM), which aims at the measurement of the surface currents, the wave parameters and the wind in Iroise Sea, using HF radars, in order to improve and to validate the numerical forecasting models. Read more