Rennison Co-Authors Paper on Use of AI-Driven Drones for Electroluminescence Damage Investigations

May 21, 2024

When extreme weather events damage solar installations, owners and operators retain Rimkus to thoroughly inspect their facilities, assess the damage, and help guide their steps toward remediation.

A recent white paper highlights the use of AI-driven autonomous drone electroluminescence inspection for these types of investigations. This technology not only accelerates the assessment of damage to photovoltaic modules, enabling faster and more accurate insurance claims processing, but also reduces downtime and provides comprehensive post-recovery documentation.

The paper, co-authored by Rimkus Senior Vice President, Global Energy Services, Rod Rennison, and Dr. Yong Sheng Khoo of QE Labs, provides a workflow to guide asset owners through the aftermath of a severe weather event, based on industry insights and observations of best practices.

Read the full white paper here to learn more about autonomous drone EL mapping.

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