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8th Anniversary since first DTBird installation at a Wind Turbine

Although DTBird research program started in 2005, in Mach 2009 the first DTBird unit was installed at a wind turbine of Sammca Group, in Spain. Currently over 90 DTBird&DTBat units are distributed in 11 countries.
Ever since, DTBird has been under continuous evaluation, research and improvement process with incomes from scientists, computer engineers, ornithologists and veterinarians from many countries. Current DTBird specifications can be found in the link: DTBird System Specifications for Wind Turbines. February 2017.

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8th Anniversary since first DTBird installation at a Wind Turbine

Although DTBird research program started in 2005, in Mach 2009 the first DTBird unit was installed at a wind turbine of Sammca Group, in Spain. Currently over 90 DTBird&DTBat units are distributed in 11 countries.
Ever since, DTBird has been under continuous evaluation, research and improvement process with incomes from scientists, computer engineers, ornithologists and veterinarians from many countries. Current DTBird specifications can be found in the link: DTBird System Specifications for Wind Turbines. February 2017.

 

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DTBird has participated in REScoop.eu Interregional Conference “Renewable energy: now more than ever!”
DTBird has participated in the event organized by the European federation of renewable energy cooperatives (REScoop.eu). 
The Conference took place in Eupen (Belgium), on January 17th, 2017. 
The event discussed the coverage of renewable energy: society, technology, economics, spatial planning and the environment. 
DTBird participated in the WORKSHOP 1 (Wind turbines and their impact on avifauna), 
with the presentation “DTBird, Bird Smart and Transparent Wind Power. Now more than ever!”.  
 
 
 
 
 
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DTBird has participated in REScoop.eu Interregional Conference “Renewable energy: now more than ever!”
DTBird has participated in the event organized by the European federation of renewable energy cooperatives (REScoop.eu). 
The Conference took place in Eupen (Belgium), on January 17th, 2017. 
The event discussed the coverage of renewable energy: society, technology, economics, spatial planning and the environment. 
DTBird participated in the WORKSHOP 1 (Wind turbines and their impact on avifauna), 
with the presentation “DTBird, Bird Smart and Transparent Wind Power. Now more than ever!”.  
 
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U.S. Department of Energy funds evaluation of DTBird® System.

DTBird®, teamed up with the American Wind Wildlife Institute, has been selected to be funded by the U.S Department of Energy under the program “Wind Energy-Eagle Impact Minimization Technologies and Field Testing Opportunities”.

DTBird® Detection and Collision Avoidance Modules´ ability to detect and to reduce the overall collision risk to eagles will be improved and evaluated.  

More specifically, researchers will assess how well the DTBird® Detection Module detects eagles, how strongly eagles respond to the sounds emitted by DTBird® Collision Avoidance Module, and calculate how much the DTBird® system reduces the overall risk to eagles.

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22 DTBird® units will be installed during 3Q 2016

21 DTBird® units will be installed during 3Q 2016 in France, Greece, Spain and the USA, including the DTBirdV4D4 and DTBirdV4D8 models. In addition, a wind turbine will be equipped with the new DTBird® Detection Module for day & night. 

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