News from HUSUM Wind
Thanks to everybody who visited us for the pleasant discussions and the positive feedback
HUSUM Wind 2017 is over and we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who visited our stand. We hope the fair has been just as interesting and informative for you as for us. For us HUSUM Wind was a great success again this year. Thank you for your interest in our new Offshore SensorCopter™ and the positive feedback. We would also like to thank our TÜV Rheinland partners for the great cooperation on the joint stand.
Our team is working on the high inquiries of the trade fair as promptly as possible. We therefore look forward to good contacts.
HUSUM Wind 2017 – Gallery
Industry Day in Düsseldorf
Workshop about the use of drones on wind turbines
On the 28th and 29th of June, exciting questions from, among others, research, maintenance, production, law and standardization as well as a special forum on the subject of “municipalities and wind energy” awaited the visitors of the Industry Day NRW 2017 in Düsseldorf.
Robert Hörmann presented and discussed in a workshop on 28 June at 14.30 clock on “The use of drones on wind turbines”.
WINDFORCE conference – major meeting in Bremerhaven
Offshore wind energy Industry in Germany
From 9 to 11 May, the WAB Offshore Conference took place in Bremerhaven under the name WINDFORCE.
The WINDFORCE conference is a major meeting point for the offshore wind energy industry in Germany. The event not only offers international lectures but also a great opportunity for discussions and meetings in order to deepen old and new contacts.
Thank you to all visitors on May 10th at 3:30 pm on the theme “Recurring Review”. Robert Hörmann spoke about “Airborne quality assurance”.
VGB Conference “Maintenance on Power Plants”
The energy transition in Germany has dramatic effects on conventional power plant
The energy transition in Germany has dramatic effects on conventional power plants as a result of the massive expansion of renewable energies.
Not only lower full load hours, but also frequent approaches and descents and steep load ramps are new requirements for existing power plants. This is accompanied by an increased lifetime consumption of the components.
At the same time as the revenues that can be achieved on the market are falling steeply, the maintenance budgets are becoming increasingly scarce. Sometimes not even a substance-sustaining maintenance is possible.
The VGB conference in Hamburg should take this unfortunate trend into account and show how the operators react to these challenges.
In two podium discussions – with experts from the energy industry – the topic is deepened.
Aero Enterprise will also attend the conference on March 2nd. At 3.50 pm our CEO Robert Hörmann will give a talk on “Airborne Quality Assurance – Inspection of Rotor Blades with Air Robot”.
We look forward to a stimulating discussion afterwards!
Here you will find the program booklet for the event.