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Windtech International May June 2024 issue






The Front Cover

The standard inspection method for quality assurance of the exterior surfaces of wind turbines is to employ people trained as rope access or industrial climbers. But this is not the only way. The article on page 7 outlines how drones can undertake visual inspection of turbines, and then supporting software and archiving can be used to analyse the data.

Publisher's Note

HUSUM Wind, the home of the wind industry with a German touch


Intelligent Airborne Inspection
By Robert Hörmann, CEO/CTO and Founder of Aero Enterprise, Austria

Precast Braced Foundations
By Ramón López Mendizabal, Esteyco Energía, Spain

Extending the Life of Gearboxes and Bearings
By Stefan Bill, Rewitec, Germany

Remote Sensing in Cold Climates
By Juha Paldanius and Nihat Hunerli, Vaisala, Hamburg, Germany

Windtech Future

Hybrid Materials and 3D Printing Enabling SciFi Wind Turbine Structures
By Philip Totaro, CEO of IntelStor, USA

View from Inside

Project Governance for Wind Energy
By Thierry Nicloux, Certified Business Coach at Muse coaching, France


Company News

Projects and Contracts

Product News

Industry News


Cover WTI Oct 17 

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 Aero Enterprise


BGB Engineering

Esteyco Energía


ProfEC Ventus




16th Wind Integration Workshop

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