Our first flight, preferably when solar farms are newly installed, provide a baseline study with which to measure progress and change in subsequent flights.
While not always possible, our team endeavor to complete missions within IEC 62446 industry standard (pyrheliometer measured) irradiance, sensitivity, accuracy and cloud-cover requirements for consistent results and high quality data. Panels must be running at a load of more than 30% and flying at an angle of between 60 to 90 degrees perpendicular to the panel surface.
Our clients have almost-immediate access to actionable data on faults in their system (these anomalies are not visible to the naked eye), ranked in order of severity so that their maintenance team can prioritize maintenance tasks to ensure maximum output efficiency and minimum system downtime.
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