German company Kaiserwetter Energy Asset Management has launched new digital technology to provide data on operational wind farms.
The so-called 'IRIS – analytics machine' is a spin-off of the Aristoteles platform, Kaiserwetter said.
It added that the data accelerates the technical due diligence process for wind farms and the respective machinery prior to merger and acquisition transactions.
In addition to due diligence, Kaiserwetter also offers status reports and analysis of wind farm potential.
Regular status reports provide information on performance and technical conditions at any given point in time, the company said.
“If these reports are created on a regular basis, they can help clients get a neutral and data-based perspective on the wind farm in question,” Kaiserwetter added.
The data supplied could also be useful to operations and maintenance service providers and asset managers.
Kaiserwetter founder and chief executive Hanno Schoklitsch said: “IRIS is another case in point that shows how digital innovations can make existing processes easier and more efficient.
“This saves Kaiserwetter's clients valuable time and money. First and foremost, it shows that in Germany, we are in a position to drive digital transformation for renewable energy around the world.
“The web-based approach of IRIS knows no borders or limits.”