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Webinar: Get to Know TACT, an Open-source Tool for Evaluating Remote Sensing TI Measurements

As remote sensing devices become increasingly prevalent in wind resource campaigns, the need for tools that leverage the technology’s measurement output has grown. The Consortium for Advancing Remote Sensing (CFARS), a diverse group of industry stakeholders from North America and Europe, has been working to create this framework with the goal of accelerating adoption of remote sensing devices for wind energy applications. CFARS recently introduced the Turbulence Intensity Adjustment Comparison Tool (TACT), an open-source python tool used to evaluate the adjusted turbulence intensity (TI) measurements from a remote sensing device. TACT was spearheaded by CFARS' Site Suitability Subgroup, whose focus is increasing the overall acceptance of TI measurements from remote sensing devices by advancing the understanding of the accuracy and reliability of this measurement output and removing the nuance and ambiguity in best-practice methods. This webinar, led by Alexandra Arntsen, Ph.D., Lead Data Scientist at NRG Systems and Leader of CFARS’ Site Suitability Subgroup, provides a deep dive into TACT.

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