STATIONIS

A user-friendly software for floating wind farm and electrical design

DECISION SUPPORT SOFTWARE PROGRAM FOR FLOATING WIND FARMS PRE-ENGINEERING DESIGN OF THE SUBSEA ARCHITECTURES

Stationis performs an integrated assessment and optimization of the subsea architectures for floating wind farms. Its intuitive 3D interface relies on an innovative approach, considering project constraints at the farm level, to define mooring and inter array electrical architectures.

Stationis then compares the different configurations through technical performances, costs, operation and maintenance complexity and environmental impact indicators. This decision making support software is meant to be used at an early stage of a project by a wide range of floating wind industry actors.

Features

ALL-IN ONE TOOL

to define mooring inter-array electrical architectures and compare them regarding technical, economic, risk and impact performance indicators.

FAST DECISION PROCESS

resulting from an exhaustive configuration generation and testing of hundreds of solutions and options.

FARM LEVEL ANALYSIS

to generate optimal integrated solutions considering key issues such as line clashing, homogeneity of equipment for anchors and mooring, etc.

USER FRIENDLY AND INTUITIVE

through its 3D Graphical Interface which guarantees an intuitive project setting experience and displays explicit and exploitable results.

Our ambition with Stationis is to combine in a unique user friendly tool the latest technologies and state of the art methodologies for floating wind and take together our industry to the next level of performance.

Designed as a decision making support tool, Stationis aims at guiding farms developers in their preliminary design of solutions with a focus on the subsea pre-engineering design, including anchoring and electrical systems, characteristics of floating wind. Indeed, representing about 20% of the CAPEX of the floating wind farms, the subsea equipment and installation is a significant cost item and requires a dedicated analysis.

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