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Remote sensing in resource assessment

Resource assessment (on- and offshore)

When: Thursday, 30 November 2017, 9:30 - 10:45
Where: Emerald

Session description

Remote sensing has been one of the trending topics in the industry for the last years, especially in the recent time due to the publication of the last IEC standard revision for Power Curve verifications. A session about the current status of remote sensing solutions, its potential, applications and future perspectives.

Learning objectives

  1. understand how remote sensing tools are helping to develop Resource Assessment techniques
  2. learn how remote sensing can integrate with current industry standards in development and operation of projects
  3. identify the main market trends concerning remote sensing

Session chairs

Matthieu Boquet
Product Manager WTG Control, Leosphere

Julia Gottschall
Senior Scientist, Fraunhofer IWES


Power curve measurement using nacelle lidar estimates of V infinity and its uncertainty

Antoine Borraccino
Postdoc, DTU Wind Energy

Diurnal Evolution of Wind Structure and Data Availability Measured by the DOE Prototype Radar System

Brian Hirth
Research Professor, Texas Tech University

Using Sentinel-1 SAR satellites to map wind speed variation across offshore wind farm clusters

Sarah James
Researcher, Science and Technology Facilities Council

Do we need to classify nacelle lidars?

Ginka Yankova
Development Engineer, DTU Wind Energy

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