WindTwin digital technology aims to support and lower wind-turbine O&M costs

By Michelle Froese A consortium of engineering technology experts comprising of Agility3, Brunel University London, Dashboard, ESI and TWI have now begun work on the WindTwin project following a successful proposal to Innovate UK, the government agency behind finding and driving the innovations that will grow the UK economy.
WindTwin’s signal processing and condition-monitoring algorithms will be applied to wind turbines to collect operational data. By using digital twin models, turbine operators will be provided with up-to-the-minute data on how their assets are performing.
WindTwin is being developed specifically for the wind-turbine industry. Its aim is to provide a solution to help mitigate the rapidly

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