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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

Working conditions in the field can be harsh. Installations are typically remote and subject to sudden and dramatic weather changes. The article written by Gavan Murphy, Director of Marketing EMEA, at Globalstar, looks at what can be done to enhance the welfare of staff working in such conditions and to make sure they can be rescued when necessary.

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Most new innovative technology will come from offshore wind turbines


Improving Safety With Satellites
By Gavan Murphy, Director of Marketing EMEA, Globalstar, Ireland

A Flexible, Craneless System for Wind Turbine Installation and Maintenance
By Emmanuel Garcia de la Pena, Managing Director, KoalaLifter, Spain

Sound-Based Condition Monitoring
By Juan Luis Ferrando, Senior Project Manager, Inesco Ingenieros, Spain

Reducing Fire Risks in Wind Power Plants
By Hans Benkert, CEO, rupi-Cologne, Germany

Windtech Future

Commercial Value of Data Has Increased Thanks to Digitalisation
By Philip Totaro, CEO of IntelStor, USA

View from Inside

The Advance of Craneless Technologies in the Wind Industry
By Thomas Lamberth Sandbjerg, Liftra, Denmark



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