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DTBird software upgrade released


DTBird has released a software upgrade for both new and existing units. The software upgrade includes the following features:

Real-time flight uploads. Now the flights are uploaded to DTBird Data Analysis Platforms (DAP) just after the end of the flights, so videos with sound and data can be available within seconds (depending on the Internet bandwidth).

Added new funtionality for thermal image analysis, DTBird Night Detection models.

Updated software for DTBirdV8 model, including 8 cameras recording simultaneously uploading it at real-time to the DAP.

Improved DTBird Automatic Control System with new automatic failure-correcting protocols.

Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife Impacts
Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife Impacts

You can meet the DTBird® Team and experience first hand how our system works!

Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife Impacts

6 – 8 SEPTEMBER 2017, ESTORIL - PORTUGAL

 Visit DTBird & DTBat booth 10

Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife Impacts
Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife Impacts

You can meet the DTBird® Team and experience first hand how our system works!

Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife Impacts

6 – 8 SEPTEMBER 2017, ESTORIL - PORTUGAL

 Visit DTBird & DTBat booth 10

DTBird Night models


DTBird Night Detection Module with thermal cameras allows 24 h/day bird detection, and can be used in combination with DTBird Day Detection Module.
DTBird commercializes 3 Night Detection Module models called N2, N4 and N8, with 2, 4 and 8 thermal cameras respectively.

DTBird Night Detection Module (Thermal image)

 

Meet DTBird Team
Meet DTBird Team

You can meet DTBird® Team and experience first hand our system!
AWEA WINDPOWER 2017 

May 22 - 25, 2017. Anaheim, CA.

Visit DTBird & DTBat booth 3951

 

Meet DTBird Team
Meet DTBird Team

You can meet DTBird® Team and experience first hand our system!
AWEA WINDPOWER 2017 

May 22 - 25, 2017. Anaheim, CA.

Visit DTBird & DTBat booth 3951

 

Results of the latest evaluation of DTBirdV4D4

In 2015 Ecocom, in collaboration Vindform, initiated a pilot project to install and showcase the DTBird system, and to evaluate how the DTBird system performs under Swedish conditions. The report (in Swedish) can be found in the following link: Pilotinstallation av DTBird-systemet i Sverige Möjligheter med skyddssystem för fågelfaunan vid vindkraftanläggningar – erfarenheter från Sveriges första installation av DTBird. Ecocom AB. Amongst others it includes the following results:

The system is viable for bird detection and enables species' identification of large and medium-sized birds.
The system offers effective protection above all for large birds by reducing their dwell time in the risk area between 61-87%.
The system triggers avoidance behaviour in 88% of cases where the bird is on a collision course with the wind turbine. An individual observation was performed for the White-Tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) where the avoidance behaviour was noted as well.
The reports' sumary was translated to English by DTBird in the link: Experiences from Sweden's first DTBird instalation. Ecocom AB.

The video of the White-Tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) collision avoidance is available in DTBirdteam Youtube channel: DTBird Collision Avoidance: White-tailed Eagle.

Results of the latest evaluation of DTBirdV4D4

In 2015 Ecocom, in collaboration Vindform, initiated a pilot project to install and showcase the DTBird system, and to evaluate how the DTBird system performs under Swedish conditions. The report (in Swedish) can be found in the following link: Pilotinstallation av DTBird-systemet i Sverige Möjligheter med skyddssystem för fågelfaunan vid vindkraftanläggningar – erfarenheter från Sveriges första installation av DTBird. Ecocom AB. Amongst others it includes the following results:

The system is viable for bird detection and enables species' identification of large and medium-sized birds.
The system offers effective protection above all for large birds by reducing their dwell time in the risk area between 61-87%.
The system triggers avoidance behaviour in 88% of cases where the bird is on a collision course with the wind turbine. An individual observation was performed for the White-Tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) where the avoidance behaviour was noted as well.
The reports' sumary was translated to English by DTBird in the link: Experiences from Sweden's first DTBird instalation. Ecocom AB.

The video of the White-Tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) collision avoidance is available in DTBirdteam Youtube channel: DTBird Collision Avoidance: White-tailed Eagle.