Vestas Wind Systems had one patents in blockchain during Q4 2023. The patent filed by Vestas Wind Systems AS in Q4 2023 describes a method for controlling a wind power plant through a distributed system involving multiple subsystems associated with different parties. The system ensures that operating command requests are approved by multiple subsystems before being implemented, enhancing the overall control and operation of the wind power plant. GlobalData’s report on Vestas Wind Systems gives a 360-degreee view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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Vestas Wind Systems grant share with blockchain as a theme is 0% in Q4 2023. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: Controlling a wind power plant based on operating commands received from a distributed system across a communications network (Patent ID: US20230313778A1)

The patent filed by Vestas Wind Systems AS describes a method for controlling a wind power plant through a distributed system involving multiple subsystems associated with different parties. The method involves generating requests for operating the wind power plant according to specific commands desired by each party, broadcasting these requests for approval among the subsystems, and controlling the plant based on the collective approvals received. The system ensures that at least one subsystem, other than the one generating the request, must approve before implementing the defined operating command. The distributed system utilizes databases to track and store these approvals, ensuring a collaborative decision-making process for controlling the wind power plant.

Furthermore, the patent outlines the use of distributed ledgers and blockchain technology within the subsystem databases to securely store and link approval entries. Each subsystem executes predefined algorithms to analyze requests based on criteria such as revenue levels, grid balancing impact, and maintenance schedules. The method allows for efficient and transparent decision-making among the parties associated with the wind power plant, including utility organizations, service providers, traders, and plant owners. By leveraging a distributed system with interconnected subsystems, the patent aims to enhance the operational control and decision-making processes for wind power plants, ensuring optimal performance and adherence to predefined operating commands.

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