Cable and wire company Helukabel is showcasing Powerline, a new down-tower cable specific to the wind energy market.
GE‘s interactive, immersive experience takes users through three wind-farm management experiences including wake management, ice build-up, and curtailment limit. This system provides an interactive demo of their PowerUp software that’s already on over 4,000 turbines.
Work-at-heights training company, ENSA, showcases their latest wind training tower. The company’s new APE kits offer a combined assisted rescue and personal evacuation device rolled into one self-rescue kit that weighs only 12 lbs.
Phoenix Contact‘s new in-tower LED lights come with just one battery source (rather than one in each light) and remote control operation. Wind farm operators will know of any lighting issues when they occur, ensuring the safety of maintenance crews working inside towers.
Editor Paul Dvorak’s virtual reality tour of a crane simulation event at Travelers insurance company. As this technology is new, Travelers plans to continue testing the experience internally to consider how it might complement current crane safety training courses.