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Have you adopted remote sensing systems in your wind measurement program, or are you considering adopting them?
Remote sensing systems are being used worldwide to help improve the profitability and efficiency of wind resource assessments and wind farm operations. By measuring wind at heights higher than the commonly used met towers, remote sensing systems play an important role in gaining more certainty in wind measurements.
Remote sensing systems are often “validated” by being compared to measurements made by met towers. Recently Vaisala, in cooperation with industry-leading wind energy developers, released a broader study which compares the field performance of the Vaisala Triton Wind Profiler to met towers in actual wind industry deployments, not just carefully controlled experiments.
Watch this webinar to learn more about the recent Vaisala study as well as to examine some of the fundamentals of remote sensing correlation studies:
- Review concepts of accuracy, correlation, uncertainty, and validation and what each means in the context of the wind industry
- Discuss why traditional validation studies are important to the industry, and learn what you should be aware of when reviewing a validation study
- Learn why the Vaisala study is important, including implications for your wind resource assessment strategy
Lee Alnes is a global key account manager at Vaisala. He has been in the wind industry for nearly 15 years and has extensive expertise in project assessment.
Mark Stoelinga is originally from Chicago, Illinois, USA. He received a B.S. in Physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana in 1987, and a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Washington at Seattle in 1993. Mark became and internationally recognized expert on mesoscale meteorology and numerical weather prediction while working as a research scientist at the University of Washington from 1995 – 2009.
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