Together with the Laboratory for Energy Conversion of the ETH Zürich we have adapted their multi-hole air flow probe to Paparazzi and integrated it into our meteo Funjets. It is used to measure wind vectors/turbulences around wind turbines for a more efficient planning of wind parks. The goal is to reduce the impact that a turbine causes to the ones downstream. Swiss television has an article (in German).
Flying close to a rotating wind turbine at notable wind speeds made us use a fairly "conservative" Paparazzi setup to give as much reliability as possible. The plane is running with thermopiles only, just as for the Arctic campaigns. The vortexes generated at the wind turbines wing tips can create high roll rates that the infrared sensors can cope with easily.