I am unsure if this is the correct place to ask such a question I will give it a go.
So, the lab I work in is building a "drone park" to conduct robotics and controls experiments in. This drone park will be a netted enclosure where we will be flying drones around in and for analysis of these experiments I think it will be very useful to know what kinds of winds these robots experienced during flight. So with that, what would be a suitable setup and/or system we could purchase to adequately record this information in such away that we can say, "this drone experienced wind of
this speed with a direction of
I am a robotics/controls guy and do not have too much practical knowledge of measuring wind. For example, can I get away with one sensor in the center measuring direction and speed and say that is relatively uniform over the whole drone park, or will I need a network of sensors? Should I use 3d sensors (I think so).
Overall, I would like a recommendation of what sensor(s) to get, how many, and what configuration.
EDIT: Whatever the system is, I need to access raw data through a live feed.
EDIT: I'd like to also avoid placing this sensor on the drone as that is not the intended use for this.