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Akamina supplied a system of 15 waterproof wave height gauges to the Port and Airport Research Institute (PARI) in Tokyo, Japan. The system is used for directional wave measurement on their Hiratsuka Tower (close-up view ).


WaveGen-Studio and the ADQ-1000 provide a complete solution for your data acquisition needs. Akamina's system uses a network of connected servers for control capabilities and the acquisition of data which is controlled by WaveGen-Studio. For more information please read more at WaveGen-Studio and ADQ-1000 .


Akamina has the exclusive license to GEDAP - Generalized Experiment control and Data Acquisition Package - developed by the National Research Council Canada. GEDAP is a well-proven, complete software solution for physical modelling in hydrodynamic laboratories. GEDAP brings wave synthesis and wave data analysis with sophisticated plotting capabilities to the Akamina data acquisition and control offering.



Akamina completed the design, fabrication, installation and commissioning of the new portable wave generator in the Large Area Basin at the National Research Council Canada . This system features a portable, modular design consisting of 9 modules with 8 piston-mode segments per module. The drive system includes a regenerative power supply with an inverter to drive a transmission system that includes a synchronous motor, lead screw and rotating ball-nut. The controller and the servo drives for the 8 segments in a module are connected on a SERCOS III loop. The control system was featured in the "Sercos Makes Waves" article on the website.

The wave generator control system provides support for active wave absorption (reflection compensation) for both unidirectional and multidirectional waves. Other enhancements include improvements in sidewall reflection techniques and second-order wave generation.



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In 2016 Akamina completed the design, fabrication, installation and commissioning of a 48-segment facility for the Offshore Technology Research Corporation at Texas A&M in College Station, Texas, USA. This was an upgrade project in which the mechanical and hydraulic drive subsystems were already in place. The upgrade included the design and fabrication of custom control hardware and software as well as data acquisition hardware and software. Installation, integration, commissioning and training were carried out on-site in College Station. Akamina's WaveGen-Studio with GEDAP software were supplied for wave generation and data analysis.


Akamina completes the design and the successful installation of 56-segment wave generator control system upgrade. The upgrade included custom control hardware and software as well as data acquisition hardware and software. This work was done for EDF - Laboratoire National d'Hydraulique et Environnement (EDF-LNHE) in Chatou, France.