Shore lines are the most sensitive protective zones of marine environments. We all live on continents. Many of us close to or at the coast directly. Since we have realized that the climate is changing we are focused that the land mass on earth is shrinking. Glaciers and the ice on the Northand South Pole are melting. It results in rising water levels. It is also obvious that higher temperature differences will run into more wind dynamics and evaporation. This has an impact on the coast directly, worldwide. High waves and currents can destroy dikes and shoreline stabilization. Constructions have to be reinforced and enlarged. Argus Gesellschaft für Umweltmesstechnik mbH is one of the leading companies in Germany for precise high frequency wave measurements for more than 15 years. Argus provides a simple, low cost and high effective system to help scientists and hydrographers to calculate the parameters needed to build protective constructions or to protect natural habitats.