WindLogics has released OnSite 3.1, a software upgrade to the company's OnSite data management system. The OnSite system enables wind energy developers and operators to remotely monitor their meteorological towers.Â
The upgrade provides enhanced functionality in response to wind energy customer feedback, including dynamic generation of wind roses and the ability to attach documents to a met tower's record, according to the company.
The OnSite system can detect changes in a wind sensor's health status and send relevant data and alerts directly to a tower's owner. Currently, OnSite is used to manage met towers representing more than 30,000 MW of future wind projects.
OnSite automatically collects, processes and stores wind data gathered from each tower. It also includes Web-enabled user interfaces that allow customers to enter or view tower information, including configurations and maintenance history, and examine quality-checked data from any combination of sensors and towers.Â
Staff meteorologists and wind energy analysts are available to assist with questions or provide additional support as part of WindLogics' full spectrum of wind energy services.