Mistaya Engineering Releases Windographer 1.2

Calgary-based Mistaya Engineering Inc. today announced a new release of Windographer, its software for analysis, quality control, and reporting of measured wind resource data.

Calgary-based Mistaya Engineering Inc. today announced a new release of Windographer, its software for analysis, quality control, and reporting of measured wind resource data.


The new features in version 1.2 include:

An improved wind shear analysis module, with better handling of SoDAR data sets.
An improved turbulence analysis module that incorporates the latest IEC standards.
A powerful new tabular report module.
The ability to apply a slope and offset to any data column.
A flexible new data export facility that exports time series data or tab files.

"With its automated data import capability and its rich graphical interface, Windographer lets users see and understand their data very quickly," said Tom Lambert, president of Mistaya Engineering. "The new version builds on those strengths and addresses many of feature requests that we have received from users."

Anyone interested in Windographer can download a 60-day free trial version from www.mistaya.ca/windographer.

About Mistaya Engineering Inc.

Mistaya Engineering specializes in software development for the renewable power industry.

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