Maximize the return on your solar asset:
- End of warranty claim inspections.
- Maximize return on investment.
- Due diligence inspections on assets for sale.
- Ensure proper management and maintenance.
- Easily identify underperformances and the anomalies causing them.
O&M and asset management
Do more with less and be highly efficient:
Improve worker safety.
Reduce time in the field.
Gain insight down to the cell level.
Localization of anomalies in digitized solar site.
Optimize workflow and system performance.
Detailed classification of anomalies.
Reduce labor costs by more effectively deploying technicians and allocating recourses.
Ensure asset commissioning is accurate:
Use inspection reports for commissioning reports.
Have confidence that the solar site is in working condition and producing energy.
Confirm equipment is installed correctly.
How it works
We get to the site and take the data with our drone to analyze the array status.
We will process the data with the RAPTOR MAPS software to identify the type of anomalies present, their location and their financial impact.
You will receive for your residential / commercial project the following deliverables.
Do you want to download our “Aerial Thermography deliverables” PDF?
Proof of points:
Do you want to know more details about our Infrared Aerial Inspection?
Our full report enables you to review infrared images associated with anomalies identified during site inspection. The IR image shows a higher temperature for the anomalous area or component compared to adjacent areas or components. This is because defects dissipate solar energy as heat rather than converting it to current.
Hot spots and activated bypass diodes are indicators of potential module failures. If the modules are within warranty, you can use evidence of these types of failures to support a warranty claim. Simply Drones assists you to identify these issues, as well as provides the documentation necessary for a claim.
2020 GLOBAL SOLAR
AERIAL THERMOGRAPHY REPORT SUMMARY OF RESULTS FROM PRECEDING YEAR
The following report was published by Raptor Maps, Inc and its purpose is to aggregate findings to provide a benchmark for PV system status to improve and strengthen the PV industry. This report draws from the Raptor Maps data repository and includes an overview of aerial thermography findings and the relative impact on PV systems.