Wind Radar Tech Gets A Boost (WINDPOWER 2014)

Tech Investor News - Today the very big technical news for me is dual-doppler meteorology radar applied to create very high precision wind maps of operational wind farms. Brian Hirth of the Texas Tech University and his team have applied technology typically used for high-accuracy real time imaging of storm fronts to wind farms. Before I arrived in Vegas, I didn’t expect that radar would turn out to be the most exciting story of the week, but at least from a technical perspective it is. ...

Originally published on Energy & Policy Institute. Today the very big technical news for me is dual-doppler meteorology radar applied to create very high precision wind maps of operational wind farms. Brian Hirth of the Texas Tech University and his team have applied technology typically used for high-accuracy real time imaging of storm fronts to wind

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Today the very big technical news for me is dual-doppler meteorology radar applied to create very high precision wind maps of operational wind farms. Brian Hirth of the Texas Tech University and his team have applied technology typically used for high-accuracy real time imaging of storm fronts to wind farms. Before I arrived in Vegas, I didn’t expect that radar would turn out to be the most exciting story of the week, but at least from a technical perspective it is. ...

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