Workshop of Remote Sensing and Power Curve measurements.
Remote sensing has evolved considerably over the last decade or so. Nowadays, it plays an important role in the wind industry, especially in the fields of wind resource assessment and power performance. The new power performance standard includes the use of remote sensing and is about the be released. For sure this will have a huge impact on the wind industry.
MEASNET has picked up the gauntlet and is actively standardizing methods including unique interpretations of these methods in the fields of remote sensing and power performance in order to offer services of the highest quality. Among others MEASNET founded a new remote sensing expert group for this purpose.
MEASNET initiated this combined workshop on remote sensing and power performance with the following goal:
• To present MEASNET, its goals and its latest results
• To open the discussion on these key topics in order to serve industry needs best
10:00-10:30. Welcome by Monika Krämer, Windtest Grevenborich. Measnet Chairwoman.
10:30- 11:00. Benjamin Böhme, Windtest Grevenbroich. Remote Sensing Expert Group Coordinator. The scope of the MEASNET Remote Sensing Expert Group and presentation of the results of the 1st internal Round Robin.
11:00- 11:30. Detlef Stein, DNV- GL: Application and benchmarking of results from an IEC/Annex-L related RS classification campaign, namely from an AQS AQ510 Sodar.
11:30- 12:00. Coffee Break.
12:00- 12:30. Discussion and questions.
12:30- 13:30. Jan W. Wagenaar, ECN and Nils Schlüter, Wind Consult: Power performance experiences from MEASNET experts.
13:30- 14:30. Lunch Break.
14:30- 15:00. Timos Karlsson, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.: Lidar as an Ice Detector.
15:00- 16:30. Discussion and questions.
If you are interested in attending the workshop next 16th of November at 10:00 in Paris, please send an email before the 9th of November to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that the workshop does not carry any cost.