Problem-Solving Tidal Energy Technology with Test
Tidal power gains traction as researchers test ways to lower costs for this renewable ocean energy with predictable power generation.
With the need for grid modernization and smart technologies, suppliers are moving towards a digitized approach to ensure comprehensive, lasting systems. Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL), grid simulation, and expansive asset monitoring are transforming energy into the modern age.
More connected equipment requires new approaches to software test. Deploying reliable, in-depth test strategies can promote synergy between complex hardware and software to keep equipment stable and long-lasting.
Being flexible and reliable doesn’t stop in the products we sell—it goes into our work as well. We will work together with you and our NI Partners to produce powerful strategies that push the boundaries of test.
We built a flexible and versatile system which could be reconfigured as new demands arose. The measurements we made were valuable. The amount of data and the rate it was acquired at helped us observe elusive phenomena.
With a renewable initiative, Duke Energy uses HIL simulation in a controlled environment to ensure that new turbines can power the grid.
SERIS implements environment-tested hardware across a network of stations that monitor and forecast weather for solar installations and maps.
The British Geological Survey (BGS) deployed a test rig for smashing rock that utilizes the NI platform to deliver insights on energy consumption and reduce carbon emissions.
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