Maximize energy yield with SenseHawk Therm
Detect hotspots, evaluate energy loss, schedule maintenance, track defects over time and more
Process IR images from a drone scan with our fully automated AI process to detect and classify hot-spots
Use SenseHawk Therm with SenseHawk Desk and SenseHawk App to unlock a seamless workflow. Identify hotspots, evaluate severity, create field tasks, validate and follow up
A fully automated workflow
SenseHawk Therm uses drone imagery to construct a thermal map of your solar site and uses AI to detect issues
Tuned for sensitivity, the system is able to detect over 99.9% of all anomalous thermal signatures on PV modules
Use your own drone or we will send an experienced drone operator to your site. We even have the perfect app to simplify data collection
Got someone else to fly and report your site? Simply upload your reports and use all of our integrated features without any fuss
Never waste time dealing with reports
Integration with SenseHawk Desk and SenseHawk App make it easy to evaluate, locate, and fix detected issues even on large sites. Move away from PDF reports and say hello to the digital twin. A better way to coordinate site activities!
Use SenseHawk App to navigate site, locate and fix issues
Configure Desk to create and assign field tickets based on issue severity. Set up a workflow to automate ticket creation
Access checklists, fill out reports, take photographs, record component replacement and track serial numbers
Locate related files and documents easily – warranty information, flash test data, work history and more
Use third party O&M ? No problem!
Create filtered views and share with external teams. Assign tickets and track activities as if you were on the site doing it yourself
A robust user, team and access management system enables data sharing with internal and external teams
Use a CRM/ERP/CMMS system already? Easily integrate and exchange data using APIs
The world’s largest single owner solar site uses SenseHawk Therm to monitor 2.5 million modules and ensure that the 750MWp site is performing the way it should!