Digisec was a Silver Sponsor at the Annual Event of ELETAEN for the completion of 30 years of wind energy in Greece, which took place at the Athens Concert Hall on Saturday, January 25 at 20:00.
Digisec is a pioneer in the construction and installation of bird impact prevention systems in wind turbines. The innovative Bird Monitoring System (BMS) designed and manufactured by Digisec is unique in the world and is based on a pioneering Machine Learning algorithm. The Bird Monitoring System (BMS) identifies, categorizes and then repels protected species of birds designated by the AEPO of each wind farm and is on course of colliding with wind turbines. The company contributes to the protection of birds and the development of the wind energy sector.
Mr. Vassilis Orfanos, President of Digisec, stated that: “It is our honor to participate as a Silver Sponsor in the annual event of the Hellenic Scientific Association of Wind Energy. We are proud that our company has developed this innovative Greek system (Bird Monitoring System) using state-of-the-art security and software development technologies. We have managed to repel the protected birds from the wind turbines, maximizing the efficiency of the wind turbines and limiting the noise pollution to the maximum. We express our support to ELETAEN, for the promotion of the wind energy sector with added value for Greece”.
The Hellenic Scientific Association of Wind Energy was founded in 1990 and its purpose is to promote science and research in the field of wind energy.
Digisec SA is a fast-growing company operating in the field of analytics, security and renewable energy.
With the design and development of the Greek and innovative Bird Monitoring System (BMS), Digisec contributes both to the promotion of Greece as a cradle of innovation, and the development of the wind energy market internationally with added value for Greece.
Our company has already installed a similar system (BCAS) in the country’s largest wind farm, ENEL Green Power, and one of the largest in Europe, with a total capacity of 154 MW.