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14:15 - 15:45 Remote sensing: From toys to tools?
The use of remote sensing within the wind industry has developed significantly since these techniques were first adopted. The new opportunities to make measurements that have been made available have themselves influenced the aims and objectives of the measurements, as it has become possible to consider assessing aspects of wind that were previously overlooked due to an inability to acquire data with more limited instruments. This has led to an industry-wide learning process, as new applications have emerged in response to the measurement opportunities made available by remote sensing, and more effective methods for meeting existing requirements of measurement campaigns have been identified. This session provides an opportunity both to review industry progress in making the most of remote sensing and to look ahead to the possiblities that are now emerging.
Peter Clive, SgurrEnergy Ltd, United Kingdom
University of Oldenburg, Germany
Measuring wind turbine yaw misalignment by near wake tracking
Fraunhofer IWES, Germany
Classification of remote sensing devices at different sites: a lidar case study
Senvion SE, Germany
Evaluation of Lidar Measurements for Turbulence Assessment
SgurrEnergy, United Kingdom
Offshore compression zones: measurement and visualisation