Site specific weather forecasting, continuous oversight and recording of weather data it is essential from planning through to project completion.
Over 70% of the cranes in the UK already have Windcrane. Can your construction projects and cranes afford not to have reliable and accurate recorded wind weather logs?
Improve planning and operational performance
Use site-specific and height wind forecasting to plan and prepare for the optimal lifting time and avoid weather-related impacts.
Do you suffer from winded-off delays and disputes?
Justify delays caused by wind and be prepared for an extension of time due to harsh weather. Avoid disputes about winded-off periods using accurate wind speed reports specific to your crane. Saving you time, costs and penalties.
Reduce risk and ensure project safety
With constant live wind speed data and safety alerts instantly accessible to all personnel on or off-site.
Enhance efficiency and productivity for your fleet
Manage multiple cranes and users on every project site with access to accurate reliable constant wind data and 24/7 cloud backup.
OVER A DECADE MEASURING WIND FOR PROFESSIONALS
Against weather claims and disputes
Full wind speed historical backup online
Complies with IEC 61400 & BSI EN 13000 Standards
Help to determine how much power you need for generators.
Wireless worldwide coverage with encrypted GSM
Temperature electricals monitoring (hot and cold) and Humidity electrical monitoring
|Download historical wind speed records per crane & per project|
|Wind forecast hourly & daily per crane and project|
|Instant mobile alert wind notifications|
|Live wind map of your cranes & projects|
|Wind speed measurement with turbulence intensity|
|Complies with IEC-61400 & BSI EN 13000 wind standards|
Worldwide wireless connectivity
The UK weather extends project duration by 21% on average, compared with the baseline
Over 23% of crane accidents are directly linked to wind and load pressure on cranes
Every year many accidents and millions of pounds of lost revenue occurs due to wind
Extreme weather was the most commonly cited reason for organisations activating Business Continuity Management