Lower uncertainty with quality data.
High quality wind data is the foundation for all wind energy projects. Wind resource assessment can be split into two different and important tasks: wind monitoring and wind analysis.
Wind monitoring is a highly repetitive, though essential task, which can be a burden for over-qualified wind analysts. Multiple data formats from data loggers, LIDAR and SODAR are cumbersome to manage and compare. Sensor failures and missing data wait days before detection.
Report writing and distribution consume valuable time. If not done adequately, the available data may not be of sufficient quality before the more sophisticated analysis begins.
Breeze increases efficiencies by automating wind monitoring tasks and conveniently providing quality data and supporting documentation to the wind analyst.
A complete wind resource assessment suite.
Designed with three distinct roles in mind.
TechniciansBe notified of downtime, equipment malfunctions, sensor anomalies and keep track of maintenance logs and documentation related to measurement campaigns.
ManagersEvaluate measurement equipment and sub contractor performance. Enhanced fleet monitoring provides value to investors and potential buyers of projects.
AnalystsAnalysts use Breeze Development to identify root causes for errors as well as a central data storage for further analysis in third party software tools.
Fast, elegant and easy to use.
Monitor PortfolioA clear and powerful dashboard to monitor unit status, unresolved maintenance, data availability, weather forecast and more.
Monitor MapView all active and historic sites in Breeze interactive maps, including detailed site information, terrain, satellite and road view.
Data StudioClick and drag to zoom in, compare different data types, select sensors to bring in data all with a few clicks.
How it works.
Breeze supports data formats of all leading brands.
Be alerted to problems faster.
Breeze informs the user in if anything is wrong with the measurement data and if actions need to be taken.
Stay on top of common problems such as
- Communication problems
- Missing data
- Icing data
- Low batteries
- Remote power supplies
- Sensor flatlines
- Lightning strikes
- Obstruction lights