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26 - 28 September 2017
Golden Tulip Berlin - Hotel Hamburg, Berlin, Germany

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Digital Data Management Agenda

From Scada to Asset Management

Increasing Turbine efficiency through sophisticated data management and control

26 - 28 September 2017, Golden Tulip Hotel Berlin, Germany

  • How to turn data into actionable insights
  • Optimize wind farm performance through the use of LiDAR and SCADA data
  • New concepts for wind turbine and plant level control systems
  • Conditional monitoring
  • Digital infrastructure to collect, visualize and analyse data
  • Failure analysis and predictive maintenance tools

Presentations

Challenges for data availability

Stefan Brune, Head of Business Development at ENERTRAG gave a presentation on last year's conference about challenges for data availability in terms of meter - monitor - optimise - outlook.

Have a look at the presentation to gain a deeper understanding of all four aspects. 

MaiaEolis: Lidar & SCADA data analysis

In order to achieve desired production and revenue goals, wind farm operators must understand and manage the performance analysis of wind farms. This includes the overall performance of the technology, and the growing use of big data in wind power assets operations and maintenance. Lidar and SCADA are two systems used by Maia Eolis for optimising the overall analysis.

Read the presentation from Nicolas Blanquart, PLC and SCADA R&D and Software Engineer at Maia Eolis and get an insight into their SmartEole project.

System services by wind energy

Andreas Linder, Grid Integration & SCADA Sales by Enercon gave a presentation about system services by wind energy on last years Digital Data Integration and Management conference.

Have a look at the presentation to get an overview on possible system services with a focus on balancing energy

  • Status quo integration / regulation
  • Ongoing research projects
  • Outlook on market design changes

Articles

Big Data for Big Efficiency Gains in Wind Energy

Renewable energy targets ensure an urgency in the wind industry as it grapples with rapid expansion. Wind energy will be expected to play a leading role in achieving those ambitions, but at the same time faces the challenge of lowering the levelized cost of energy.

Data analysis is playing an increasing role in efficiency gains through a variety of methods, while ‘Big Data’ and the Internet of Things (IoT) offer huge potential for the coming years. 

Read the article and get an insight into:

  • Vestas Smart Data
  • GE Digital Wind Farm
  • Siemens Digital Services for Energy
  • EWeLiNE Project
  • Continous Reliability Enhancement Wind Projects