Project Output

Project Output

Here you can download SafeWAVE public deliverables and other documents related to the project.

  1. Deliverables
  2. Scientific Publications
  3. Dissemination
  4. Videos
Deliverables

Vinagre, P.A., Cruz, E., Chainho, P., Felis, I., Madrid, E., Soulard, T., Le Bourhis, E., Holm T., Le Berre, C., Bald, J. 2021. Deliverable 2.1 – Development of Environmental monitoring plans. Corporate deliverable of the SafeWAVE Project co-funded by the European Union, Call for Proposals EMFF-2019-1.2.1.1 – Environmental monitoring of ocean energy devices. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.19708.41600/11. 78 pp.

Leitão, J.C., Cardoso, S., Santos, H., 2021. Deliverable 4.1 New requirements MARENDATA. Public deliverable of the SafeWAVE Project co-funded by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) program of the European Union, Call for Proposals EMFF-2019-1.2.1.1 – Environmental monitoring of ocean energy devices. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.27405.61920. 17 pp.

Leitão, J.C., Cardoso, S., Santos, H., 2021. Deliverable 4.2 Data organization concepts. Public deliverable of the SafeWAVE Project co-funded by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) program of the European Union, Call for Proposals EMFF-2019-1.2.1.1 – Environmental monitoring of ocean energy devices. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.34116.50565 28 pp.

O’Hagan, A.M., Le Bourhis, E. and Soulard, T., 2021. Deliverable 5.1 Legal and institutional review of national consenting processes. Deliverable of the SafeWAVE Project co-funded by the European Union, Call for Proposals EMFF-2019-1.2.1.1 – Environmental monitoring of ocean energy devices. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.22919.68009. 37 pp.

Verling, E. and O´Hagan, A.M, 2021. Deliverable 5.2 Risk-Based Approaches and Adaptive Management. Corporate deliverable of the SafeWAVE Project co-funded by the European Union, Call for Proposals EMFF-2019-1.2.1.1 – Environmental monitoring of ocean energy devices. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.17467.08481. 34 pp.

Galparsoro, I., G. Mandiola, S. Pouso, I. de Santiago, R. Garnier and J. Bald. 2021. Deliverable 6.1 Gathering, editing and management of relevant information for identifying suitable areas for the development of wave energy projects. Corporate deliverable of the SafeWAVE Project co-funded by the European Union, Call for Proposals EMFF-2019-1.2.1.1 – Environmental monitoring of ocean energy devices. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10179.48169. 21 pp.

Uyarra, M.C., Menchaca, I., Pouso, S., Bald, J., Zubiate, L., Marina, D., le Bourhis, E., Soulard, T., Jamet, S., Dunphy, N., Gonçalves, J, & Cruz, E. 2021. Deliverable 7.1 Societal response to marine renewable energy. Corporate deliverable of the SafeWAVE Project co-funded by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) program of the European Union, Call for Proposals EMFF-2019-1.2.1.1 – Environmental monitoring of ocean energy devices. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.30469.42729. 80 pp.

Dunphy, N.P., Velasco-Herrejon, P., Lennon, B. 2021. Deliverable 7.2 Review of education and public engagement programmes. Corporate deliverable of the SafeWAVE Project co-funded by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) program of the European Union, Call for Proposals EMFF-2019-1.2.1.1 – Environmental monitoring of ocean energy devices. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.15002.93123/2. 46 pp.

Dunphy, N.P., Velasco-Herrejon, P., Lennon, B., Golcalves, J., Le Bourhis, E., & Marina, D. 2021. Deliverable 7.3 Societal stakeholder characterisation. Corporate deliverable of the SafeWAVE Project co-funded by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) program of the European Union, Call for Proposals EMFF-2019-1.2.1.1 – Environmental monitoring of ocean energy devices. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.17450.70084. 33 pp.

Smith, A.L., Quinlivan, L., Dunphy, N.P. 2021. Deliverable 7.4 Education and Public Engagement Framework for Ocean Literacy. Corporate deliverable of the SafeWAVE Project co-funded by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) program of the European Union, Call for Proposals EMFF-2019-1.2.1.1 – Environmental monitoring of ocean energy devices. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.35191.29600

Scientific Publications
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Videos

On the 4th and 5th of May, RTSYS and ECN carried out a 2-days campaign at the Ecole centrale de Nantes offshore test site SEM-REV.

We managed to combine two surveys: Seabed integrity monitoring with Side Scan Sonar, and Electromagnetic field monitoring. Both were carried out with the same AUV from RTSYS (COMET-300). The objective is now to replicate this survey methodology at the other sites within SafeWAVE.

 

On 24 January 2022, AZTI technicians recovered the three hydrophones that were deployed on 11 November 2021 around WelloOY’s Penguin wave energy device in BiMEP. During all these months, they have been acquiring acoustic information that will allow to investigate the potential acoustic impacts of this type of technologies in the framework of the SafeWAVE project.

During summer 2021 the first trials of the Autonomous Superficial Vehicle (ASV) ITSASDRONE developed by AZTI were done.

ITSASDRONE is an autonomous sea surface drone for long term missions at sea surface (3 months or more), capable of carrying out different tasks operating autonomously, by means of an automated remote control with radio or satellite communication. It is a drone that operates 100% on renewable energy in the marine environment and with a zero-emission propulsion system. The applications of the drone may range from oceanographic, meteorological, or biological research to control by marine authorities, including target monitoring. The echo sounder integrated in ITSASDRONE can collect and store accurate acoustic backscattering data that can be post-processed and replayed.

ITSASDRONE will be used in BIMEP around the Penguin wave energy device of WelloOy to monitor the potential reef effect of the presence of structures in the surface of the water. During the operation phase, in general, the placement of any artefact in the sea can result in an attracting effect on fish communities, especially if it is floating.