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About SkyServe

Wind farm developers, owner/operators, meteorologists, wind data analysts, and consultants use SkyServe to view and integrate wind measurement data on one easy-to-use, secure web-based dashboard.

  • Record all your measurement campaigns on one secure server.
  • View your wind data any time, anywhere.
  • Make sure your devices are working and your campaign keeps running.
  • Quickly understand trends and comparisons.
  • Preserve all your wind data for later analysis.

How SkyServe Works

triton and towerYour wind sensors send data to the SkyServe secure server. SkyServe is designed to work seamlessly with Second Wind'sTriton® remote sensing system and all Nomad® 2 Wind Data Logger tower systems. Triton data are sent every 10 minutes via a satellite up-link (or GPRS in certain regions of the world). Tower data are sent daily via satellite or cellular communications.

SkyServe on laptop iconSkyServe stores all the wind measurement data on an ultra-secure server. Through your own password-protected SkyServe web dashboard, you can view, analyze, compare, and generate reports on all your measurement campaigns. Compare data between time periods, sensors, locations, and type of measurement.

New in SkyServe 2.0

SkyServe 2.0 is easier to use, more robust, and more flexible. With SkyServe 2.0:

  • All SkyServe customers will find the 2.0 software easier to use, with an enhanced look-and-feel, more flexibility, less having to go back and forth from one screen to the other to view your data different ways.
  • If you are a Nomad 2 customer, you may take advantage of the SkyServe Nomad service. Nomad 2 data is sent daily to SkyServe via your regional cellular network so you can enjoy all the benefits of SkyServe's automated reporting, analysis, comparison, time-stamping, and archiving.
  • If you are a Triton customer, you can now integrate tower-based measurements into your SkyServe dashboard. Eliminate all the data-processing involved in combining daily logger files with your remote sensing data.