Lidar without limits: New IEC classification and WindCube® Nacelle enhancements speed adoption of nacelle lidar for PPT

WindCube Nacelle
Wind and Solar Energy 

We recently announced the IEC classification and new enhancements to our WindCube Nacelle lidar, already widely deployed and accepted in many developer and manufacturer Turbine Supply Agreements.

Join us along with DNV and GE for an informative discussion about what you need to know about the new IEC classification and learn more about the recent enhancements to WindCube Nacelle. 

Topics and takeaways

You will learn:
•    Details about the new IEC 61400-50-3 standard and what it means for the industry
•    How WindCube Nacelle IEC-classification was performed along with the campaign results
•    The results of WindCube Nacelle deployments on GE wind turbines to examine the accuracy of power performance variables when compared to IEC compliant met mast anemometry
 •    How recent innovations to WindCube Nacelle lidar further verifies wind farm turbine performance and optimizes power output and project profitability



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Elvira Aliverdieva

Elvira Aliverdieva

Product & Offering Specialist, Renewable Energy PMA, Vaisala

Elvira joined Vaisala’s marketing department in Paris after finishing ESSEC Business School in France. She has previous experience in marketing & sales support in the renewable energy and technology-related sectors, specifically focusing on market analysis, marketing strategy and business development.

She joined Vaisala in 2020 to participate in market and offering management activities and support the company’s renewable energy product positioning. She is also serving as a liaison between the company’s scientific and business development teams.

Senior Energy & Performance Specialist, DNV Energy Systems Canada Inc.

Reesa Dexter

Senior Energy & Performance Specialist, DNV Energy Systems Canada Inc.

Reesa Dexter DNV’s Global Practice Lead for Remote Sensing since 2022. In this leadership role Reesa’s main objective is to collaborate with global experts to ensure DNV deliverables using remote sensing devices meet industry best practices, international standards and continue to meet customer needs globally.

Reesa has also worked on numerous wind turbine power performance tests, and remote sensing performance verifications onshore and offshore. Between 2019 and 2021, Reesa was a member the IEA Task 32 Advisory Board for the application of lidar in the wind industry and continues to be an active participant on the continued lidar IEA Task 52.