DTBird’s CEO Agustín Riopérez was invited to participate in the closing conference of the MultiBird Project, initiated by the German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency. This event took place on February 5th, 2019 in the office of state representative Schleswig-Holstein in Berlin. 
 
The conference title was related to the operational results and findings of the three systems contracted for 3 years of bird monitoring at the offshore Platform Fino 1, located in the North Sea approximately 40 km from the German coast: “Do multi-sensor systems help to answer important knowledge gaps?”.
 
Agustin summarized the DTBirdV4 unit’s performance and bird monitoring data during the 3-year operation in FINO 1, focusing on the advantages and limitations of the system. He also presented DTBird system upgrades and new models since DTBird installation at FINO 1 in 2015.
 

Agustín Riopérez explaining the DTBird system installation on a floating WTG

DTBird&DTBat CEO Agustín Riopérez presenting DTBird data at FINO 1