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Students to present their work for LR to industry.

Students at the University of Bristol have been involved in one of Lloyd's Register's latest wind energy initiatives – the 'windiness dashboard', which improves wind speed analysis and data for trend comparisons.

Wind speed analysis is of critical importance to investors, developers, owners and operators, enabling wind farm performance to be predicted (at the development stage) and evaluated (during the operational phase).

The students, in their second year of Bachelor and Master programs in the Department of Computer Science, will present the outcomes of their work in a showcase later this month, CS in the City.

David Pullinger, who supervised the work on behalf of LR, said: "The project itself has been a major success and the prototype that has been developed will form the basis of a commercial deployment in the coming months. The scheme provides a fantastic platform for young engineers to gain industrial experience and make valuable contributions to companies looking to test new ideas – and it has been rewarding to see the development of the new talent over the last seven months."

CS in the City takes place on 11 May and is open to the public. See here for more information and registration. Find out more about LR's Windiness dashboard and Energy Resource Services.

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