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Leosphere, established in France in 2004, is a world leader in LiDAR (laser radar) atmospheric remote observations. The company offers new turnkey and user-friendly remote-sensing instruments allowing wind measurement, aerosol (ice, ash, dust, smoke) characterization and localization, and clouds height and atmospheric structure (boundary layer, aerosol layers).
The WINDCUBE LIDAR wind profilers allow the retrieval of the wind profile up to 6km. These data are critical for wind resource assessment studies on-shore and off-shore, for power performance verification of wind turbines and for monitoring the overall productivity of the wind farm. It is also a powerful instrument for meteorological agencies, airports and atmospheric research institutes since it provides high-resolution data on extreme weather events (eg hurricanes, cyclones ...), and wind shear on airports.
Leosphere also offers engineering services associated to these technologies (field surveys, on-demand development)

FLIDAR© by FLIDAR N.V
FLiDAR is a 200m offshore meteorological station designed for marine renewable energy technologies such as offshore wind, wave, tidal. FLIDAR is developed by FLIDAR N.V.
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WINDCUBE
The WINDCUBE® has the most units deployed of any LIDAR used for Wind Power applications.
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Wind Iris by Leosphere
The Wind Iris is mounted on top of the nacelle for a short period of time. It measures the horizontal wind speed and direction at hub height ahead of the turbine, and generates accurate data to optimize wind turbine performance.
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WINDCUBE 100S/200S/400S
The WINDCUBE 3D LIDAR product range is a versatile instrument that can address various needs in the Wind Power, climate research, severe weather and meteorology.
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WINDCUBE 400S-AT
The WINDCUBE®400S-AT LIDAR provides an operational answer for wind shear hazards: it scans in real time all potential hazard zones within the airport air space, detects wind shears to 10km range, and sends automatic alerts to air traffic controllers.
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