The European initiative will participate at the 7th International Wind Turbine Drivetrains Conference, that will take place in December in Hamburg

Predictive maintenance strategies are designed to anticipate failures in order to increase efficiency, a mission completely aligned with the objectives of the European project ROMEO. The Horizon 2020 programme, which aims to develop advanced technological solutions to reduce the operation and maintenance costs of offshore wind power facilities, will be present at the 7th edition of the Wind Turbine Drivetrains International Conference, that will be held between the 3rd and the 5th of December in Hamburg (Germany).

The conference will serve as a platform for suppliers to discuss and showcase their solutions to detect possible failures through different comparative assessments, diagnostics and maintenance strategies. The event will be also a scientific forum to boost debate about how advanced technologies can be a key enabler for diagnostic and proactive maintenance.

On behalf of ROMEO Project, Cristian Ródenas, from Siemens-Gamesa, and Úrsula Smolka, from Ramboll, will be present at this important conference where industry leaders and respected specialists will discuss the main challenges of predictive maintenance in turbine drivetrains, the state of the art solutions designed to connect IT and OT devices and the latest control and monitoring systems.

The ROMEO Project (Reliable OM decision tools and strategies for high LCoE reduction on offshore wind) presence at this forum is part of the initiative commitment with the reinforcement of the links with the main European actors in the field of wind and renewable energy.

The project has been successfully showcased during different events this year and will have a leading role at the Wind Europe Wind Europe Offshore Conference that will gather the most important actors in wind energy generation in Copenhagen next month.