Wind farm developers and operators are facing increased demand to track bird behaviour. Regulations in many countries now stipulate shutdowns when rare species or large flocks of birds are approaching.
MUSE, the multi-sensor bird detection application, offers clear documentation of bird behaviour around wind farms, both before and after construction. Based on an integrated setup of radars and cameras, real-time bird behaviour is automatically recorded and displayed online. This provides developers and operators with frequent, high quality observations without the logistical constraints and risks associated with human access to offshore turbines and substations.