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NRG Systems has introduced a product that will give wind developers a deeper understanding of resource assessment in prospective locations.

Called Grand Symphonie, the product applies advanced technology to reduce both overall measurement uncertainty and total cost of ownership, notes NRG, adding that the integrated system employs smart sensors and wireless communications, and a cloud-hosted data management portal improves the quality, reliability and security of resource assessment data.

According to NRG Systems, the sensors store data redundantly for up to one year, and system-wide features allow for quality control. Grand Symphonie also features automated data transfer from the GS-Logger to WindPortal, a cloud-hosted web application that provides enterprise-grade security and backup of data, the company says.


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