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Vestas has announced that its WindData Explorer wind analysis software is now compatible with NRG Systems' WindPortal fleet management tool.

WindPortal is a Web-based fleet management tool for NRG Systems' turnkey Grand Symphonie resource assessment system. According to the companies, the software allows users to remotely access a fleet status dashboard, as well as up-to-date wind measurement data. With the click of a button, the data can then be imported into Vestas' WindData Explorer software for analysis.

WindData Explorer is a free suite of tools used to visualize, analyze and filter wind data. The system supports traceability of changes made to data and enables sharing of information through a standardized wind data format or PDF report. It offers automatic detection of parameters in various logger files, including NRG Systems’ Grand Symphonie.



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