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One Network Enterprises (ONE) says Lockheed Martin has used ONE's Developer Network (DevNet) to develop its renewable energy application, called WindOptimizer.

DevNet is designed to let companies design their own proprietary applications that run on ONE's Real Time Value Network (RTVN) platform, a multi-party, multi-echelon supply chain solution in the cloud.

WindOptimizer integrates high-resolution 3D sensor data from its WindTracer LIDAR technology directly to wind fleet operations to provide predictive intelligence to wind fleet operators, according to the companies.

DevNet will allow third parties, such as Lockheed Martin, to build, run and maintain their own custom multi-party network applications on the RTVN, ONE explains.



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