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CLS and Meteodyn, its subsidiary, attend WindEurope Electric City 2021

The challenge of the estimation of potential extractible wind power of offshore wind farms. CLS participates in Wind Europe Technology 2021.

CLS acquires Meteodyn and takes the lead as a key partner in the ecological transition of the energy sector

CLS has announced the acquisition of Meteodyn, a company specialized in wind engineering, meteorology and climatology, and in the development of software and services for renewable energy, urban planning and wind safety.

CLS Southern Africa mobilises metocean programme in Suriname

CLS Southern Africa, a subsidiary of CLS, was awarded and recently mobilised a metocean programme in Suriname for B58 Joint venture (TotalEnergies and APA).

Wind Energy: The French Ministry of Ecological Transition grants its confidence to CLS

CLS is proud to announce the completion of an offshore wind energy deliverability study for the AO4 Normandy project on behalf of the French Ministry of Ecological Transition’s Directorate General for Energy and Climate (DGEC).

Seanergy 2021, Nantes (France), 21-24 September. Come explore how CLS can help your wind assessment needs. 

Come explore how CLS can help your wind assessment needs at Seanergy 2021 in Nantes (France), with SAR satellite technology.

Space, vigil of the European historical heritage

In Rome, several buildings were scrutinized by Tre Altamira, a CLS subsidiary. Their smallest movement were reported in order to allow the implementation of restoration work.

CLS attends Wind Europe Technology Online Workshop 2021

The challenge of the estimation of potential extractible wind power of offshore wind farms. CLS participates in Wind Europe Technology 2021.

Green energy: AI at the forefront of offshore wind resource assessment

At CLS, we support the ecological transition to sustainable energies providing our experience and expertise to offshore wind energy operators.

The Grand Paris Express, monitored from space by Tre Altamira, a CLS subsidiary

With the extension of the Paris metro, ground movements are subject to increased monitoring. Tre Altamira’s teams watch over.

Water, an essential resource for agriculture, managed and closely monitored from space

California is drawing its ground water faster than it is being replaced leading to excessive subsidence. The TRE Altamira, a CLS subsidiary, supports them with a state wide map of subsidence using space radar data.

The state of Transalpine Dams monitored via Satellite

Thank to satellites, TRE ALTAMIRA, a CLS subsidiary, watch over dams in the Alps from space to monitor their health and limit risks.

Estimate the available wind resource at high altitude thanks to space

39,700 GWh is the French wind power production in 2020. Thanks to satellite imagery, we can significantly increase the forecasts accuracy.

Meet CLS at the Wind Energy Science Conference

CLS is thrilled to announce its participation in the WESC (Wind Energy Science Conference) 2021 web conference.

Monitoring and management of civil engineering infrastructures: The MIMIA consortium

CLS is in the consortium of the MIMIA “connected bridges” which aims to improve the evaluation & monitoring of the engineering structures.

A CLS innovation: a new service dedicated to solar energy using land use study

Photovoltaic energy is an important issue for the climate. How CLS and spatial support the establishment of photovoltaic farms?

Bridges are monitored from space

Capable of millimetric measurements, satellite imagery is a real bridge warning system that complements conventional measurements.

MSI & Lwandle join the CLS Group & become CLS Oceania and CLS Southern Africa

CLS is proud to announce that the companies Lwandle and MSI, based in South Africa and Australia (Tasmania) have joined the CLS Group.

How minimize the impacts of underwater noise?

Maritime traffic, oil activities… underwater noise is omnipresent. How can industries work, while minimizing the impacts?

A Female Team for an Environmental Baseline Study for TotalEnergies

In 2020, Prooceano was hired by TotalEnergies E&P do Brasil to execute 2 environmental characterization projects. After over 3 months of field activities, operations were successfully completed. This project consisted of collecting samples of sea water, sediment, CTD profiling, among others.

Costa Norte Project in Brazil

The Brazilian Equatorial Margin contains the largest continuous mangrove area in the world. Prooceano, a CLS subsidiary, Enauta and 3 universities (UERJ, UFRJ and UFPA) came together to develop a method for determining the vulnerability of these mangroves to oil contamination.

Tendral Ocean Prediction System (WHG-TOPS) Emulator

The Woods Hole Group, CLS subsidiary, – Tendral Ocean Prediction System (WHG-TOPS) Emulator is a real-time model correction tool developed in response to offshore energy industry needs for the rapid assimilation of in-situ data and the generation of accurate fine-scale ocean forecasts.