Deter eagles from wind turbines

The system features a tower-mounted computer-camera programmed to determine if an approaching bird is flying toward the wind blade and it’s an eagle. If both these answers are YES, the device will trigger a ground-level deterrent consisting of a randomly moving, brightly colored facsimiles of people, designed to play into eagles’ apparent aversion to humans.

This is specially relevant as If a golden eagle stroke, it would cause the shutdown of a wind farm for a period of time, a fine to the operator, big losses in revenue, and most important the loss of a member of a protected species.