Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Cell Phone Towers Can Help Forecast Wind Data

Onesemble, a wind data provider, has created sensors that can keep track of wind data on 95% of Texas farms. This project seeks the help from cell phone towers. They get data from finding out the wind speed from a huge height. Onesemble then figures the wind speed and its direction and temperature in a cell phone tower. There are advantages to using cell phone towers to forecast wind data. It gives the cell phone towers a duel use, makes wind more productive, and increases the efficency of the power plant. Using cell phone towers to forecast wind data is a greatand efficient idea.

By Rhyan Montgomery


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