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Stethoscope for wind turbines
EcoGeneration Magazine
Wind blade monitor with an ear for trouble.

Did you hear that? It’s the sound of another Australian technology business carving itself out a spot in the clean energy market. This time it’s an South Australian company which has developed a “stethoscope” for wind turbines, to pick up early signs of damage to blades that could only be getting worse.

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Wind blade monitor with an ear for trouble
RE News
Oz outfit launches turbine blade monitoring tech

Ping Services has introduced its second-generation Ping Monitor system that is able to “hear” the acoustic signature produced by wind turbine blades, automatically alerting operators when there is a change that indicates possible damage.

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Windfarm Stethoscope can save $500m a year
NA Clean Energy
Windfarm ‘Stethoscope’ that Can Save $500m a Year Ready for Export

A South Australian company which has developed a “stethoscope” for wind turbines that could save the energy industry AUD$500 million (USD$359m) a year globally is ready to begin commercial production at a global scale.

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Windfarm Stethoscope can save $500m a year
Engineering.com
IoT device detects Wind Turbine faults in the field

Australian Startup Ping Services has introduced an IoT-based product-as-a-service—the Ping Monitor—which continuously and autonomously inspects a turbine as it’s running, constantly checking for potential blade damage.

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Windfarm Stethoscope can save $500m a year
Smart Company
Winds of change: South Australian startup Ping raises $1.3 million for IoT wind turbine tech

Ping Monitor is an “intelligent listening device”, co-founder and chief Matthew Stead tells SmartCompany. "It magnetically attaches to the tower of a wind turbine, and alerts maintenance staff when an anomaly in sound is detected."

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Windfarm Stethoscope can save $500m a year
WindTECH International
Ping raises $1.3 million to continue powering-up in the renewables sector

Ping Monitor is a device which autonomously detects wind turbine blade damage. The device magnetically attaches to individual wind turbine towers and collects data, alerting maintenance staff when an anomaly in sound is detected via a dashboard."

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