SSE Selects the LAUTEC SaaS Platform for Their Next 4,7 GW

SSE will be using the LAUTEC DPR, Analytics, and WindGIS systems for the construction of four offshore wind projects in the North Sea.

SSE has selected our SaaS platform for their next offshore wind projects in the North Sea, totaling 4,7 GW. The LAUTEC SaaS Platform will enable SSE to better track and evaluate construction progress and contractor performance.

Full Transparency across Projects

The DPR system will facilitate the recording of high-quality progress data for contract management and performance analysis. The Analytics system will provide live, interactive data analytics in customizable dashboards, and the WindGIS delivers beautiful progress maps based on DPR data recordings overlaid with GIS data layers and AIS vessel tracking.

The four projects being led by SSE are Seagreen, Dogger Bank A, Dogger Bank B, and Dogger Bank C. 

SSE offshore wind construction
Seagreen, Dogger Bank A, Dogger Bank B, and Dogger Bank C on a WindGIS map

About LAUTEC DPR, WindGIS and Analytics

Our Daily Progress Reporting system enables full project transparency, from component fabrication to operation. The system is flexible, making it suitable for all kinds of work activities – especially for works with repetitive activities, such as wind power projects and photovoltage projects. 

Providing customizable, interactive dashboards, our Analytics module helps project teams to monitor, analyze and conclude on live data from our DPR system, Q system, and third-party data sources, e.g. data feeds for weather forecasts, met masts, and wave rider buoy. 

WindGIS is our advanced web GIS viewer, made for cross-project collaboration within individual projects and across renewable energy project portfolios. Displaying any combination of client data, the tool enables all project participants to explore and understand the context between spatial factors and their project. 

Want to See Our Systems? 

Contact our Partner, Henrik Iversen, for a demo. Read more about our IT systems here.

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