Solution for wind farms
How the system works:
Collisions with wind turbines kill millions of birds and bats around the world each year.
The modules are installed on the turbine’s monopole with band in the way they encompass 360 degree view. On the turbine there are 4 to 6 detection modules, on the height from 5 to 10 meters above the ground. Each detection module monitors a seperate quadrant.
The system detects birds from the distance of 500 meters and analyses their size, flight trajectory and the likelihood of collision.
At the predetermined distance, the system starts displaying bright stroboscopic lights to alert the birds and deter them from the danger ahead.
Birds that continue their flight on the dangerous trajectory will be subjected to the wailing of warning sounds such as sirens.
Stopping the turbine
The system can be programmed to adjust the turbine’s behaviour. For example, if rare or endangered species of birds stay on the collision course, the turbine could be stopped.
Birds that evade collision will be monitored and after they leave the dangerous zone, the turbines will be turned on again.
The system stores detailed records of each incident for later analysis. The full data and statistic tools for the user will be provided