The Marine Engineering and Physics laboratory (MEPlab) researchers at Tel Aviv University have developed a novel approach to processing wave data for marine infrastructure design, improving on traditional methods which assume uniform or non-existent currents. By utilizing numerical transfer functions and taking into account shearing currents based on rotational wave theory, their interpretation methodology leads to a more accurate reconstruction of the wave directional spectrum. This method can be applied to various measurement instruments including Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCPs), wave buoys, and pressure gauges for a known average current profile. Potential users of this method include instrument manufacturers, planning and consulting firms, environmental and coastal protection agencies, and marine engineering labs. Successful simulations have demonstrated its superior accuracy over previous methods.