Category Archives: Enviromental

Up, Up and Away: nanosync takes off

  The maiden flight of the nano-synchronized Aerial Sensor   Can flying transducers be used to map the turbulence field behind wind tubines? This feasibility study shows the instrumentation pod attached to the tethered balloon.  And what does it measure? 3D Windspeed, … Continue reading

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nanosync in the News

The latest edition of the Danish publication “Nyhedsmagasinet Elektronik & Data” features nanosynchronization on its cover, with an in-depth article describing the technology and its potential applications.  The editorial on page 2 also comments on the future perspectives. You can … Continue reading

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The impossible dream made possible

The above photograph shows the turbulence field behind the Horns Rev 1 offshore wind turbines.  Unique meteorological conditions on 12 February 2008 at 1300 hours resulted in the wind turbines creating condensation (i.e. clouds) of the very humid air, thus … Continue reading

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Earthquakes and precision timing

The tragic March 11, 2011 earthquake in Japan gives an opportunity to explain how timing technologies play an important role in earthquake detection, monitoring and prediction. News reports tell us about the physical location of the earthquake, including its depth … Continue reading

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