Mojo Maritime releases Mermaid

Mojo Maritime has launched its marine operations planning and risk optimisation system called Mermaid.

Mermaid (Marine Economic Risk Management Aid) is a software solution which simulates marine operations against historical weather and tidal data to support cost-savings through project optimization.

The system has undergone a period of detailed testing with number of clients which allowed Mojo to gain feedback on the system performance prior to launch, the company has stated.

According to Mojo Maritime, the software gives companies involved in marine operations a more detailed understanding of the impact of weather and tidal forces on a project’s schedule, enabling enhanced decision making in the early planning stages.

Richard Walker, Mojo’s Senior Analyst, said: “Having used Mermaid to help our clients understand the impact of weather risk, we understand that there is huge value in being able to set up, edit and compare individual simulations. I am hugely excited that we can now offer this powerful software as a desktop version.”

Mojo Maritime, part of James Fisher and Sons, specialises in project management, engineering and consultancy services for the marine renewable energy industry. In addition to the services to the marine renewable energy industry, Mojo Maritime develops a range of products geared towards reducing the inherent risks and costs of working offshore.

Image: Mojo Maritime

Related news

List of related news articles