The Atmosphere is Yours
Leosphere and Vaisala have joined forces to provide customers with a comprehensive product range covering both SoDAR and LiDAR based systems in the fields of wind energy, meteorology, air traffic management and air quality.
Remote Sensing for Wind
The combined product portfolio now covers the Triton Wind Profiler – a robust and cost-effective SoDAR unit that has been deployed on nearly 5000 measurement campaigns worldwide – and the Windcube Vertical Profiler, the wind industry’s leading LiDAR system. The product range also includes the nacelle-mounted Wind Iris Power Optimization and Turbine Control units, specifically designed to help turbine owners increase efficiency in long-term wind energy production.
Accurate multi-range measurements, from the ground or from the nacelle. For development, commissioning, operations maintenance and repowering, we help all players derive the best possible value from their investment.
Highly accurate wind and aerosol Lidars performing 24/7 real-time measurements and high-level data processing as part of comprehensive new high-resolution weather and climate prediction models.
Speed, shear, turbulence, and more: our Lidar systems provide all the information Air Traffic Management needs to achieve optimum safety, meet regulatory requirements and improve airport efficiency.
Accurate, Lidar-based wind and aerosol measurement of mining and industrial particulates in real time, to help control emissions, meet environmental standards and reduce loss of materials.
The Windcube is the reference remote sensor in the wind industry, providing accurate wind measurements up to 200 meters. Developers, power producers, consultants and manufacturers have selected it for their onshore and offshore projects.
The Windcube 100S/200S/400S scanning wind Doppler Lidar systems are versatile, high-precision instruments offering a range from 100m to 3.5 km, 6 km or 10km as well as multiple scanning patterns choices.
The Wind Iris is designed to be mounted temporarily on the nacelle of a turbine. Built to a highly reliable design and with no moving parts, it measures the horizontal wind speed and direction at hub height ahead of the turbine, and generates accurate data...
The Wind Iris Turbine Control (TC) Lidar sensor provides real-time characterization of wind up to 200 meters in front of the rotor plane, enabling turbine manufacturers to make significant improvements to the efficiency of wind energy production.