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Romax Technology, a provider of engineering services and technology for the wind energy industry, has released its InSight wind turbine health management platform.

The company says the platform is designed to enable wind farm owners and operators to combine the data from wind turbine condition-monitoring systems and supervisory control and data acquisition systems onto a single system. InSight allows users to visualize the health of individual wind turbines and the entire fleet.

According to Romax, the product was designed to respond to the need for predictive maintenance as an increasing number of wind turbines come out of warranty.




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