The output report contains a breakdown of your simulation’s results. Data in the output report is aggregated for every month and year, and the following statistical values are displayed for each period:  

  • Average 
  • Percentiles (P10 to P90) 
  • Minimum 
  • Maximum 
  • Standard Deviation 
  • Confidence (minimum) 
  • Confidence (maximum) 

The O&M output report contains these sections: 

  • Summary 
  • Costs 
  • Logistics utilization 
  • Logistics transfer utilization 
  • Personnel utilization 
  • Personnel time spent 
  • Weather downtime 
  • Weather causes 
  • Scheduled completion 
  • Production-based availability 
  • Time-based availability 
  • Case logistics 


General information about your case. 

Project nameThe project folder name in which the case is located.
Case nameCase name.
Case IDA unique case ID. Found in the URL when accessing the case through Design web app.
Case createdDate and time when the case was first created.
Case started yearSimulation start year, set in the Simulate tab.
Case simulated yearsHow many years were simulated in the runs.
Simulation runsNumber of runs set in the Simulate tab.
Exported byUser who exported the report.
BasesNumber of bases in the case.
AssetsNumber of assets in the case. 
LogisticsNumber of logistics in the case.
Project size

Power output of the project. 

Calculation: Number of turbines * Rated power

Other tabs

CostsAny costs associated with the case broken down by base, asset, logistic, and personnel.
Logistics utilization

Includes the following: 

  • Number of days a logistic was utilized per year and month. 
  • Percentage of available days the logistic was utilized. 
  • Number of flying hours per year and month (if there is a helicopter included in the case) 
Logistics transfer utilizationNumber of transfers (drop offs and pickups) conducted by each vessel on each asset.
Personnel utilizationNumber of days personnel were utilized per days available in a given month/year.
Personnel time spentHow efficiently personnel time is spent during work hours. Broken down by group, this output shows time spent working against time spent travelling, being picked up, dropped off, and sitting idle in bad weather.
Weather downtimeThe downtime percentage per logistic.
Weather causesContribution to vessel downtime by weather type as a percentage of the total weather downtime. See the weather causes section below for full details.
Scheduled completion

Completion details for work orders. Contains the following: 

  • Completed work orders (total number of work orders) 
  • Work hour completion rate (percentage) 
  • Work order completion rate (percentage) 
  • Unfinished work orders (total number of work orders) 
  • Work hours on completed work orders (total hours) 
  • Work hours on unfinished work orders (total hours) 
Production-based availabilityPBA per month and year.
Time-based availabilityTBA per month and year. 
Case logisticsInformation on the logistics added to the case, including activity durations and processes.

Weather causes

Weather causes lets you see what types of weather contributed to vessel downtime as a percentage of the total weather downtime. Use these calculations to establish where vessels with greater environmental tolerance can improve project efficiency.

Weather types include the following:

  • Wind speed
  • Significant wave height
  • Swell wave height
  • Wave period
  • Zero up crossing period
  • Limited by daylight
  • Minimum tide
  • Minimum visibility
  • Current speed
  • Limited by lightning
  • Time restrictions
Weather limitations apply to vessel process steps. You won’t see weather downtime for CTVs, SOVs, or helicopters, which do not feature processes.

How weather causes are calculated

The percentage value you see for each weather type is the vessel downtime in this period caused by the relevant process, step, and weather type divided by the total weather downtime for the vessel throughout the entire simulation.

A period can be any of the following:

  • Month
  • Year
  • Aggregated month
  • Full simulation

For example, if there's a 20-percent occurrence of wind speed exceeding the weather limitation during step 1 of process A on vessel X, this contributes to the overall weather-related downtime for that vessel over the entire 10-year simulation period if the simulation years = 10.

If the criteria for multiple weather types are exceeded, downtime is registered for all applicable causes. This is why the total weather cause percentages might exceed 100 percent. In this case, weather types will have overlapped at some points, e.g., there were periods where windspeed and minimum visibility both exceeded the criteria threshold for operations.

Time restrictions

Any time restrictions you have created on your case are counted as a weather type in the weather causes output report tab. If your case includes multiple time restrictions, they are grouped together in the report as a single weather type (TIME_RESTRICTION).