It is based on a collaborative space where, thanks to data processing and analysis, wind energy companies can improve their competitiveness
XABET leads a working group that aims to facilitate, for wind companies, the access to data collected from wind turbines that are in operation to improve the competitiveness of the sector's supply chain.The working group, called "Wind Turbine Data Sharing", started on 25 September and is promoted by the Basque Energy Cluster.
The San Sebastian-based company, formed at the beginning of 2018 and an expert in digital solutions in the field of industry, energy, aims to promote "an environment of collaboration between different actors in the wind sector in order to make more accessible and transparent use of data on wind assets and the entire associated supply chain", explains Alberto Conde Mellado, co-founder and CEO of XABET.
In order to guarantee the traceability and confidentiality of the data collected, the team analyses technologies, following the standards of the International Data Spaces Association (IDSA), which allow the owner of the information to be sure of the use. "The owner will be able to know in detail what is happening on the equipment; when, who and how the data is being accessed, among other questions, and business models to encourage its sharing are being considered" adds Alberto Conde.
In the DOCC-OFF project, XABET is developing a platform that, using artificial intelligence and data analysis, refines the data coming from the pitch hydraulic system to predict timely actions that can improve the most critical indicators of operation.