Sessions | WindEurope Electric City 2021


Using data to improve planning and operations

O&M, Supply Chain and Logistics

When: Thursday, 28 November 2019, 10:45 - 12:15
Where: A12

Session description

As offshore wind expands further away from shore, project planning and operations become more complex and risks increase as result. Data is key to optimise pre-construction planning and operations. And a lot of useful data can be accessed via open-source databases (consisting of everything from marine data to shipping routes and wind conditions).

  • How the use of data can improve planning and operations?
  • Session chair

    Daniel Luecht

    Chief Digital Officer, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

    Peter Enevoldsen

    Enevoldsen, Product Owner 3rd Party Applications & Open Innovation



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    Head of Department, DHI A/S

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    Charlotte Obhrai

    Associate Professor, University of Stavanger

    The use of digital simulation technology to reduce the impact of an uncertain climate on offshore wind operations.

    Edward Kay

    JBA Consulting

    Determining offshore wind installation times using machine learning and open data

    Bo Tranberg

    Co-founder, Ento Labs

    Making the most of open data

    Jessica Standen

    Managing Scientific Consultant, MetOffice

    Jan Helsen

    Professor / Member, VUB / IEA Task 30

    Jan Nikolaisen

    CEO, ROMO Wind

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