Systems may include sensors and equipment such as:

Metorological measurements

  • Wind
  • Air temprature
  • Air pressure
  • Visibility
  • Precipitation
  • Relative humidity

Oceanographic measurements

  • Current speed & direction in many layers
  • Water level
  • Significant wave hight
  • Wide range of parameters available


  • Vented tide sensor
  • Oxygen sensor
  • Pressure sensors
  • Doppler current sensor (DCS)
  • Temperature sensor
  • Turbidity sensor

Data buoy

  • Wind
  • Air temperature
  • Air Pressure
  • Visibility
  • Precipitation
  • Relative humidity

SmartGuard datalogger

  • LAN, serial and USB via cable, AIS, VHF, GPRS
  • Aanderaa sensors
  • Most 3rd party sensors
  • Metadata stored and transmitted allowing full tracebility

Safe Navigation

  • Current speed and direction in multiple depths from surface to seabed.
  • Continuous monitoring of vital parameters at sea and in air.
  • Real-time sea and air parameters are distributed by the AIS system.
  • Secure docking and improved cargo handling.
  • All information available in one real-time web display application.

Environmental Monitoring

  • Sediment movement and dredging planning.
  • Monitor ocean health and oxygen concentration.
  • Expandable platform for additional environmental parameters.
  • Data stored in SQL database for further analysis.
  • Dynamic tracking of oil spill pollution.
  • Critical information to stakeholders after natural disasters or accidents at sea.

Improve Port Efficiency

  • Provide Harbour Master with a complete real-time overview of conditions affecting traffic.
  • Historical data is valuable for research, science discharge permitting.
  • Full control of vital parameters when loading/unloading to achieve max efficiency.
  • Lower insurance cost against environmental, docking and operation damage.
  • Proof and documentation in insurance claims.

Data & Specification Sheets

Buoy Orientation Sensor

Conductivity Sensor 3919, 4119, 4120

Conductivity Sensor 4019

Conductivity Sensor 4319

GPRS Communication Unit 4043, 4143A, 4543A

Mira Visibility Sensor 3544 (forward scattering)

Oxygen Optode 3835, 4130, 4175

Oxygen Optode 4330/4330F

Oxygen Optode 4531

Oxygen Optode 4835

Pressure Sensor 4017

Pressure Sensor 4117/4117R


SEAGUARD® Platform

SEAGUARD® Recording Current Meter

SEAGUARD® String system

SEAGUARD® Water Level Recorder

SEAGUARD® Wave and Tide Recorder


Temperature Sensor 4060

Turbidity Sensor 4112

Turbidity/Temperature Sensor 3712

Vented Pressure 4425/4426/4427, Vented Tide 4445/4446/4447, Vented Wave 4428

Wave and Tide Sensor 4648/4648R

RCM Blue

Tide Sensor 5217/5217R

Wave and Tide Sensor 5218/5218R

SeaGuard RCM Basic

SeaGuardII DCP

Rainfall sensor 4628/4628H

SeaGuardII DCP Dual Head

Doppler Current Profiler Sensor (DCPS)

In-line DCS

Conductivity Sensor 4419R

In-line DCS 4100

MOTUS Wave Sensor 5729

Test Unit 5048



DCS Applications

RCM Blue flyer

Marine Transport Aanderaa

GeoView web based display

SeaGuardII DCP

In-line DCS

Xylem MOTUS Wave Buoys Solutions

Marine Transport

News & Press Releases

SmartGuard Weather Station Upgrade

Sensors & Systems # 26

Sensors & Systems # 27

SeaGuard IW goes deeper!

Aanderaa news at a glance 1-2014


New products and product news June 2015

RCM Blue with pressure sensor

Certificate of Qualification

Aanderaa 50th anniversary timeline

EU Sheba Project

EU Sheba Project2

Recovery of equipment from World War II wreck

EOL109 Aanderaa MET Sensors

MOTUS Wave Buoys Exceed Expectations

MOTUS passes the ultimate test

First MOTUS Wave Buoy deployment in the Mediterranean Sea

Flexible MOTUS Buoys chosen by major dredging operator

Application Notes

Multiparameters observations for coastal monitoring

Carbon Capture and Storage

Coastal Systems - Project Portfolio

Surface Water Measurements from Mobile Platforms

Water Current Info at Helsingborg Harbour

Technical Notes

CSP explained

Oxygen Optode Calculations

SeaguardII Power Calculator

Articles & Papers

Hypox article

Use of technology for safer marine navigation, case study

Aanderaa Data Instruments and NIVA contribute to Safeport project

Long-term stability and accuracy of Aanderaa oxygen optodes

Fugro GEOS talks about SeaGuard RCM

Redfield ratio in real time from buoys

Safeport: on-board visualization of hydro-meteorological effects on ferries - Port of Gdynia, Poland


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SEAGUARD® Platform

RCM Blue

Oxygen Optode 4330, 4835 and 4831

Presure 4117, Tide 5217, Wave and Tide 5218


SeaGuard II Platform

Conductivity Sensor 4319

Doppler Current Profiler Sensor, DCPS

Primer DCPS

Data Studio 3D

In-line DCS 5800/5810

MOTUS Wave Sensor 5729


Coastal Data Buoy for Real-Time Observations

Real-time communication

Safeport: on-board visualization of hydro-meteorological effects on ferries - Port of Gdynia, Poland

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