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Gibraltar strait tidal stream

Posted by Penny Haire on 23 July 2012 12:45:00 PM

 

Tidetech has made a high resolution tidal model of the Gibraltar Strait available, with data provided by the University of Cadiz.

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Topics: Gibraltar Strait, tidal model

Adrena brings Tidetech onboard

Posted by Penny Haire on 26 June 2012 12:31:00 PM

 

Applied oceanography specialist Tidetech has formed a partnership with leading tactical racing software developer Adrena to integrate its GRIB data products into Adrena's navigation software platform.

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Topics: Sydney to Hobart, Adrena, America's Cup, Volvo Ocean

Tidetech to integrate with Adrena

Posted by Penny Haire on 7 June 2012 12:26:00 PM

 

We will shortly be announcing a collaboration with Adrena, one of the leading tactical navigation software providers.

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Topics: yacht, racing, route optimisation, Adrena, Volvo Ocean, navigation, integration

Oceanographic route optimisation trial yields significant results

Posted by Penny Haire on 19 May 2012 12:19:00 PM

 

Applied oceanography specialist Tidetech will present the results of its recent route optimisation trial with a major cruise line at the Green Ship Technology (GST) conference in Copenhagen, 27-29 March 2012.

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Topics: routing, efficiency, route optimisation, ferry, optimised route

New tidal optimisation reveals significant bunker savings

Posted by Penny Haire on 3 May 2012 12:02:00 PM

 

Applied oceanography specialist Tidetech has introduced tidal optimisation as a critical tool for improving efficiency on coastal shipping routes.

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Topics: currents, efficiency, tides, English Channel, speed optimisation, route optimisation, ferry, scheduling

Tricky approaches - it all hangs on Hobart

Posted by Penny Haire on 2 December 2011 11:47:00 AM

 

The last 10 miles of the Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race (from Iron Pot to the finish) has often been the graveyard of ambitions for many competitors. With the finish line in sight, fickle winds and tides make it a tactician’s nightmare, potentially wrecking an otherwise well-sailed race.

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Topics: Sydney to Hobart, yacht, racing, tides, CSIRO

Sea surface temperature - hot stuff

Posted by Penny Haire on 2 December 2011 11:35:00 AM

 

Sea surface temperature (SST) tells us a lot about the oceans. It can help pinpoint the exact position of currents and shows where warm and cold water meet at regions known as fronts or temperature breaks.

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Topics: sea surface temperature

East Australian Current

Posted by Penny Haire on 1 December 2011 11:24:00 AM

 

East Australian Current – it’s the EAC … dude!

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Topics: currents, Sydney to Hobart, sailing, yacht, racing, East Australian Current

Inside Track - How Tidetech's data influences real tactical decisions

Posted by Penny Haire on 1 December 2011 10:55:00 AM

 

Tidetech has supported many races and regattas around the world over the past few years… but how does the data actually get used and how does it influence tactical decisions?

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Topics: currents, Sydney to Hobart, Expedition, sailing, yacht, racing, Volvo Ocean, navigation, optimised route

New oceanographic data in major ship-routing trial

Posted by Penny Haire on 11 November 2011 10:36:00 AM

 

New data that enables ships and superyachts to improve their routing efficiency is being trialled with a major cruise line company.

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Topics: currents, routing, efficiency

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