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Two universities have recently purchased long range Galion Lidar devices from SgurrEnergy.

The Centre for Advanced Condition Monitoring (CACM) at the University of Strathclyde in Scotland and the Atmospheric Science Program of Indiana University (IU) in the USA, will use the Galion for wind energy research projects. Wind analysts at Strathclyde’s CACM will use its Galion Lidar to accurately quantify the impact of specific characteristics of the wind, such as turbulence and gust structure, on key turbine components and turbine life. IU will deploy its Galion at the world-renowned National Wind Technology Center (NWTC) located in Boulder, Colorado. Galion will be used to implement a variety of scan geometries to explore key questions of interest to the wind industry.
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