Mermaid Release Notes v1.3.0.4

The latest release of Mermaid is now available.  We’ve added some new features, most of which have been requested by our users. If you’re interested in Mermaid please get in touch.

New Features

MM-2346: Unit Conversion

We’ve made changes to allow speed units to be shown in metre per second (default) or knots and for duration units to be shown in hours (default) or days.  Use the settings cog in the top right corner to set your preference.

MM-2342: Increase maximum task duration

The allowable maximum task duration has been increased from 170 hours (approximately 1 week) to 8760 hours (1 year). Read more >

Mermaid Release Notes v1.3.0.1

The latest release of Mermaid is now available. In this release we’ve made some changes to the metocean tab to improve its useability.

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New Features

MM-2333: Metocean Tab Redesign

We’ve redesigned the metocean tab to improve importing and data viewing experience.  This is particularly useful in files with a large number of metocean points (for example, if a user keeps a library type file of data).

Bug Fixes

We’ve fixed a few small bugs in this release:

MM-2272: Undo/redo reorders items in the map side bar. Read more >

Mermaid Release Notes v1.3.0.0

The latest release of Mermaid is now available. In this release there is only one new feature, but it is a big one which we have been working on for a long time.

If you’re interested in Mermaid please get in touch.

New Features

MM-2286: Metocean Statistics

It is now possible to generate overview metocean statistics, including probability of exceedance, persistence and occurrence stats and metocean distribution tables.  This is a large update to Mermaid and it, and some of our other recent developments, are discussed more fully here. Read more >

Mermaid Release Notes v1.2.0.30

The latest release of Mermaid is now available. In this release there are a number of new features in the results side of Mermaid

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New Features

MM-1286: Axis Options

It is now possible to manually set the axis limits on charts.

MM-1354: Export progress burn up data to Excel

The data displayed in the progress burn up charts can now be exported to Microsoft Excel.

MM-1853: Expand all/collapse all buttons on the results Gantt chart

Expand and collapse all buttons have been added to the results Gantt chart, allowing quicker navigation of the chart. Read more >

Mermaid Release Notes v1.2.0.25

The latest release of Mermaid is now available, including the addition of crews for restricting work.

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New Features

MM-2023: Crews

It is now possible to restrict work using simple crews, a full explanation of how this feature works can be found here on our support portal.

Bug-fixes

MM-2230: Adding a 13th results set causes all chart series to be the same colour.

MM-2288: Attempting metocean download without internet connection crashes Mermaid

Read more >

Mermaid Release Notes v1.2.0.20

The latest release of Mermaid is now available, including a number of new metocean channels for restricting work.

If you’re interested in Mermaid please get in touch.

New Features

MM-1529: Limit operations by cloud height, humidity and temperature

It is now possible to restrict work using cloud height, humidity and temperature. We have also added temperature to metocean database that is freely available with Mermaid.

MM-2053: Colour code locations

Map locations can now be colour coded allowing easier identification.

Improvements

MM-2253: Only warn once when vessel changes multiple times in non-suspendable and if holding station groups

MM-2254: Export probability of exceedance data to Excel every 1% instead of every 5%

Bug-fixes

MM-2249: Rare unexpected failure when downloading metocean data

MM-2248: Any key press dismissing the assets import tab, should only dismiss on ESC key

MM-2258: Crash when trying to view metocean download option on map with no metocean points

Read more >

Mermaid Release Notes v1.2.0.19

The latest release of Mermaid is now available, including a new feature allowing you more flexibility in the assignment of vessels. We’ve also added a video demonstrating the metocean data download process which was added in the last version of Mermaid. You can see that video and other video tutorials here.

If you’re interested in Mermaid please get in touch.

New Features

MM-1537: Non-suspendable groups with tasks that have different vessels

It is now possible to change the vessel which is assigned to tasks in a Non-Suspendable or Suspendable If Vessel Holds Station group. Read more >

Mermaid Release Notes v.1.2.0.15

The latest release of Mermaid is now available, including a new feature allowing you to download historical weather data from our servers directly within Mermaid.

Why not kick it off at one of our upcoming online training programmes? Please get in touch if you’d like to be part of it. Each training programme consists of three 2-hour sessions.

New Features

MM-1995: Integrate downloadable Metocean data

Mermaid now comes with free access to a ten-year metocean hindcast dataset that users can import directly into their Mermaid models.  Read more >

Mermaid Release Notes v.1.2.0.14

The latest release of Mermaid is now available, including many small improvements. We have some larger features for you coming up that we have been working on in the background, keep your eyes peeled for these in a future release. As always we are keen to hear any feedback or ideas you may have for the future development of Mermaid.

Why not kick it off at one of our upcoming online training programmes? Please get in touch if you’d like to be part of it. Read more >

Mermaid Release Notes v1.2.0.12

The latest release of Mermaid is now available and we have a useful new feature with the addition of map import. As always we are keen to hear any feedback or ideas you may have for the future development of Mermaid.

Why not kick it off at one of our upcoming online training programmes? Please get in touch if you’d like to be part of it. Each training programme consists of three 2-hour sessions. The next course is running on:

25th, 26th and 27th of April, 10am to 12 midday UTC.

Read more >