Verifying the required specifications is perhaps the most crucial part of designing a naval subsea cable. After all, as an engineer, you must be able to prove that the cable works as it is supposed to. There are five different ways of verification, one of which is subsea cable testing.
At DeRegt, we use a Design Compliance Matrix (DCM) as the foundation for the verification process. This way, you know that all of your specifications are thoroughly verified. This blog explains how a DCM works and what verification methods there are, including examples.