AssetCare for Wind

| December 23, 2019

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AssetCare combines wind turbine connectivity with artificial intelligence and analytics to manage wind turbine O&M costs and create opportunities to deliver more production at lower cost. Through innovations such as digital blade inspection, continuous performance assessments based on live analytics and backed by a team of leading wind experts, AssetCare is helping wind turbine operators unlock the full potential of their turbines and improving wind production by up to 30%

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VALVITALIA GROUP

Valvitalia was founded in 2002 by the present CEO Salvatore Ruggeri and his two sons, Massimiliano and Luca. The Group is one of the world leader in manufacturing products for the energy, marine and civil industries. Valvitalia spreads over 10 manufacturing plants, 7 of which are in Italy and the others are in China, U.K. and Canada with commercial offices in Abu Dhabi, Houston, Alger and Beijing. With more than 1200 employees and a 2017 year turnover of 396 million euro, the Group exports about 92% of production and its products are installed in 109 Countries worldwide.

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