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Mita Teknik MiScout WTIIn 2018, the Danish automation and green tech company Mita-Teknik launched their new Miscout 5 SCADA solution. One of the markets where MiScout especially has shown its potential is on the Japanese market. Today, MiScout is controlling approximately 20 percent of the Japanese wind turbines. With around 800 MW wind power controlled by MiScout, Mita-Teknik has reached an important milestone for their own-developed SCADA and Asset Management System.

The success on the Japanese market is supported by their long-term cooperation partner, HOKUTAKU; “One of the major advantages of MiScout is the flexibility. The system can be fitted in order to match any user and setup perfectly.” Says Saik Park, Section Chief at HOKUTAKU CO., LTD.

The MiScout SCADA system is supporting over 750 different turbine types, and provides analytical, predictive maintenance and forecasting tools to effectively optimize the performance of wind farms.
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The Front Cover

Wind farms are known to be particularly exposed during thunderstorms and workers on site are prone to lightning strikes. Thunderstorm warning systems are widely used to prevent lightning related accidents. The article on page 7 outlines how lightning locating systems can provide an early warning. apply safety procedures. (Image courtesy Xavier Delorme,  Stormchaser)

Publisher's Note

Wind industry breaks records in Europe and offshore wind industry eyes Taiwan


Sheltering from Thunderstorms
By Stéphane Schmitt, Meteorage, France

Artificial Intelligence Based Blade Inspection
By Whitney Weller and Kevin Wells, AirFusion, USA

Making the Turbines Themselves Recyclable
By Liz Entman, Vanderbilt University and Emily King, Hannah Jay, and Robin Pate, IACMI – The Composites Institute, USA

Reduction of Radar Cross Section of Wind Turbines
By Jari Jekkonen, Veijo Kangas, Pasi Moilanen and Marko Luukkainen, Morphona, Finland

Windtech Future

Turbine OEMs with Product Portfolio Diversity are Most Successful in US Wind Market
By Philip Totaro, CEO of IntelStor, USA

View from Inside

US Wind Power Pushing New Frontiers
By Hannah Hunt, Deputy Director, Electricity Policy & Demand, AWEA, USA


Company News

Projects and Contracts

Product News

Industry News


Cover Windtech International April May 2018 

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