Global organizations — including workforces within the wind industry — have had to grapple with the life-changing and challenging impact of COVID-19 in the past few months.
Many of us may be facing times ahead that are ambiguous, uncertain and unpredictable. Beyond these concerns, the call for social distancing measures have also pushed many companies towards adequately preparing themselves for remote work, possibly for an indefinite or extended time-frame in order to maintain business continuity.
Weathering this pandemic and its future effects, and any future global events, will likely force organizations to invest in critical processes and infrastructure that democratizes data and access to it when the majority of the workforce is remote.
In such cases, the need for centralized data for wind energy assets becomes more important than ever before.