Wind Power Modeling Applications

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On-demand property and casualty weather solutions for insurance sector

by Weather Analytics     based in Bethesda, MARYLAND (USA)

Weather Analytics provides on-demand property and casualty weather solutions. Weather Analytics is a breakthrough provider of solution-ready climate data for the property and casualty insurance sector. We deliver hard-to-find historical and predictive weather solutions with 33 years of geo-stable weather data. Accurate, on-demand, localized climate and weather data can reduce the time spent on finding and processing this data while improving accuracy in assessing potential weather impacts on your coverage areas for property and casualty insurance.

Ammonit Wind Ressource Assessment Systems

by Ammonit Measurement GmbH     based in Berlin, GERMANY

Prior to setting up a wind farm, the local wind conditions have to be measured for site assessment. The construction of a profitable wind farm demand the most accurate and reliable wind measurement technology. The installed equipment has to perform as precisely as possible as the data quality is essential for designing a reliable and economical wind farm. A small discrepancy in the evaluation of wind speed data drastically multiplies the discrepancy of the calculated wind power. Wind resource assessment systems offered by Ammonit meet the highest standards of quality and are designed for the local site conditions with regard to sensor performance, communication system and power supply.

Pulsar noise testing equipment for construction industry

by Pulsar Instruments plc     based in Filey, UNITED KINGDOM

The construction sector and its wide range of associated activities are very varied and from a noise monitoring perspective offer many unique challenges. However, Pulsar Instruments have a solution; a construction Pulsar noise meter with the ability to effectively assess the following two key categories; Noise at Work (potential for noise induced hearing loss due to long term exposure to noisy activities). Environmental Noise (the potential to cause annoyance to surrounding areas or buildings during site work).

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