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Inspecting wind turbines is not just about flying around the rotor blades and gathering high resolution pictures of everything. It is about image quality and supplementary metadata that improve the overall value of, and information about, an inspection flight, and processing and presenting the results in a manner that allows rotor blade experts to make precise decisions. You can read more about this topic in the article written by Christian Raml from Aero Enterprise on page 7.

Publisher's Note

How to speed up recycling of wind turbine blades

Features

Wind Turbine Inspection with Drones
By Christian Raml, Head of Research and Development, Aero Enterprise, Austria
 

A Critical Element for Wind Farm Profitability
By Gregory R. Wolfe, CEO / Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder, Fischer Block, Inc., USA

Consequences of Large Wind Farm Clustering
By Naveed Akhtar, Scientist, Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon, Germany

Airfoils for Wind Turbines
By Joseph Youssif Saab Jr and Alexandre Martuscelli Faria, Brazil

Windtech Future

Are We Going in the Right Direction?
By Ahmad Hemami, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

View from Inside

Wind O&M – the Need for a Collaborative Approach in the Supply Chain
By Gordon Mina, Head of Sales, Renewable Parts, UK

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