M.O.S.S. offers planning application services, as well as integration solutions and consulting services with respect to optimizing the processes of planning wind farms (WPPA).
WebService for buffering official building footprints for restriction area analysis
M.O.S.S. has acquired the full ALKIS database of building footprints including their attributes for all of Germany and prepared them as a password-protected web service. On this basis, wind farm planners are able to buffer settlement areas in the area under consideration in a differentiated manner. In doing so, wind farm planners can be guided by the specifications of the respective planning authorities and buffer each building type in a differentiated way, depending on whether it is located in an inner (agglomeration) or outer zone (rural region). Buffer results are made available for download as shapefiles, so that they can easily be merged with other basic data in a local GIS.
Wind farm planning & IT infrastructure (Wind-PIA)
Wind farm planning processes do not run chronologically, but iteratively. Supposedly reliable results can change again and again during the planning process. For project developers it is therefore all the more important to work with a structured, standardized and coordinated planning process. Wind-PIA can make wind farm planning more efficient by means of standardized geodata and information exchange. Technical, structural and organizational obstacles in the planning process are identified and reduced; e.g. by reducing duplication, avoiding data conversions and projection changes, or local and redundant data storage. Working with Wind-PIA can make wind farm planning processes up to 20% more efficient.
- Founded: 1987
- Employees: 65