India outsources IT development in wind turbine industry to Denmark  

2006.07.25
India's Suzlon plans to establish an IT development department in Denmark this autumn which will function as a bridgehead for the group's international expansion

India's Suzlon, the world's fifth largest wind turbine manufacturer, plans to establish an IT development department in Denmark this autumn which will function as a bridgehead for the group's international expansion. In 2004, Suzlon chose Denmark as a base for its global activities and set up a sales office in Århus, Jutland.

Ulrik Henriksen, head of the new department, says Suzlon has chosen to establish a development department in Denmark because of the country's long tradition in wind turbine production and substantial competencies in this industry.

The task of the new department will be to develop a Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) system based on .Net technology. It will be used for monitoring large wind turbine parks, and to gather information on production, uptime, machinery data and statistics. The news was reported by ComputerWorld.

Suzlon is reportedly Asia's most rapidly growing fully integrated wind power company. It integrates consultancy, design, manufacturing, operation and maintenance services to provide customers with total wind power solutions.

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