The imaging requirement is almost met using the correlation algorithm to estimate the displacement of the spot, along with a high-order controller tailored to the telescope wind shake. This requires a sufficiently bright star to be able to run at 500 Hz, so the sky coverage is limited. In the absence of wind, then the star can be fainter and the requirement is met.
The spectroscopy requirement is met even in the case of high wind. The results are even better if we use the GLAO WFSs as well as the tip-tilt sensors. Further work will explore the viability of inserting a DM in the OIWFS and the resulting tip-tilt performance.