When properly equipped, sUAV's can accurately spot malfunctioning equipment quicker than humans - and, they can do so without placing lives at risk. These days, it is a common practice for companies to hire people to manually check panels, but with many arrays covering vast areas of desert, safety is a major concern. Dehydration, heatstroke and traumatic injury threaten panel inspectors - but not sUAV's.
Fitted with an infrared thermal-imaging camera, our sUAV's can sweep across a solar array at a speed of up to 50 miles per hour and locate malfunctioning panels, which generate a specific heat signal. For a human outfitted with a hand-held device, the inspection of millions of panels could take days or weeks, but sUAV's can accurately pinpoint problems in a fraction of this time.
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