AI Entering Wind Power Market
Artificial intelligence is becoming more and more common in our everyday lives, and now it could be up for grabs by the public market.
To celebrate this momentous occasion, AI has teamed up with the Dutch construction company WNL to explore the possibilities of combining AI with nature in the Netherlands. The result of this project is a fantastic concept of an artificial intelligence-based wind turbine that can, in theory, adapt to the changing air currents.
The team is comprised of academics from the Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy (IIWES) and the Technological University of Singapore.
The idea of combining AI with nature is not new in the field of renewable energy. Just as there are natural wind turbines in the Netherlands, there are also a lot of examples of smart wind turbines. Nevertheless, it is extremely exciting to think about this incredible development.
The team is currently working with the combination of AI and a wind turbine to build their first generation wind turbine. They are hoping to change the way we think about wind turbines and AI.
A prototype of an AI-powered wind turbine is already in the works and will be operational within the next few weeks. This is great news for the wind industry, as there are a lot of obstacles that need to be overcome before they can really go beyond the lab and into the field.
The wind industry has always been considered an industry that deserves respect. Being the world’s largest producer of wind energy is no easy thing, especially now that the technology is becoming more and more sophisticated.
While the technology is very exciting, it is also very potentially dangerous. There have already been several instances of wind farms that have gone over budget, or have been exposed to persistent, unplanned maintenance. AI is a great way to improve the wind industry, but there are plenty of problems with it.
AI is not the solution to all of our problems, but it is a great way to show that the industry is not overly regulated. It is great to see how the industry is doing things, but it needs to be very careful when it comes to adapting to the changing times. It is not impossible that the Dutch will be the first to move beyond the confines of the lab.