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How can remote sensing measurements add value to your wind farm project?

Remote sensing for wind turbines

To classify remote sensing devices, DNV GL has defined three stages of acceptance. DNV GL has a position statement regarding most of the ground-based LIDAR and SODAR devices.

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How can remote sensing measurements add value to your wind farm project?

Remote sensing measurements for wind turbines

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To classify remote sensing devices, DNV GL has defined three stages of acceptance. DNV GL has a position statement regarding most of the ground-based LIDAR and SODAR devices.

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How can remote sensing measurements add value to your wind farm project?

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To classify remote sensing devices, DNV GL has defined three stages of acceptance. DNV GL has a position statement regarding most of the ground-based LIDAR and SODAR devices.

Remote sensing measurements for wind turbines

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Developers often face difficulties during wind measurement campaigns. Building permit, layout constraints, poor mounting arrangement, or unexpected outage lead to high uncertainty levels in the Energy Production Assessment. A remote sensing device can help to overcome these issues.

Learn how remote sensing devices can be used for wind measurement campaigns and benefit from the experience we describe in our case studies.

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How can remote sensing measurements add value to your wind farm project?

Remote sensing measurements for wind turbines

Read about:

To classify remote sensing devices, DNV GL has defined three stages of acceptance. DNV GL has a position statement regarding most of the ground-based LIDAR and SODAR devices.