VentusAR and All-Energy 2013

VentusAR Launches at All-Energy
That was the week that was! May 22-23 saw the launch of VentusAR, our unique tablet solution for mobile visual impact assessment at All-Energy in Aberdeen.

The All-Energy is what it says on the tin – an all encompassing show spread across the gigantic Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre plus overspill into two additional pavilions. Hosting everything and everyone from archaeological survey to large-scale offshore generation the focus was very much on the continual use and demand for onshore and offshore wind facilities and services.

Linknode were in exhibiting and, with the announcement on availability of VentusAR, we had a very busy time. The publicity and press that had proceeded the show meant that the team were constantly running demonstrations and answering queries. If you didn’t manage to catch us at a free or convenient moment, please contact us directly or via a request for information. We almost ran out of our VentusAR stress-turbines so if you have one hang on to the collectors item.

VentusAR_Stress_Turbine

In addition to exhibiting, Linknode also presented in the On Shore “Visualisation” stream at the conference. Along with co-presenters from SNH and Sinclair Knight Merz we discussed changing practices and approaches to visualisation with particular interest from the audience in the new SNH Wind Farm Visualisation guidance whish was announced and opened for consultation.

It was with a little irony that in the afternoon of the second day our pavilion had to close due to high winds. With the structure swaying slightly unnervingly there was record-breaking stand breakdown and evacuation!

Finally, the winner of the very popular Deanston whisky was lucky Phil Horton from Dulas. Deanston is our local distillery and a rare breed indeed – Slange Var!

Thank you to everyone who visited and we will see you again next year…