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Solar farm project development


10,000 employees

1,000 MEUR

Project overview

Combining visual data and AI to drive cost-effectiveness, sustainability, and timely project completion

Solar farm construction projects face several significant challenges. One of the primary obstacles is securing suitable land, as finding large, unobstructed sites with the right sun exposure can be challenging.

Environmental concerns, including habitat preservation and potential land use conflicts, add complexity to site selection.

Construction itself may encounter challenges related to logistics, weather disruptions, and material sourcing.

These challenges demand meticulous planning, stakeholder engagement, and innovative solutions including the use of visual data and artificial intelligence ensure the successful development of such projects.


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Project highlights

Site assessment

AI-powered computer vision can analyze aerial or ground-based images and videos, enabling efficient site selection, topographical analysis, and vegetation clearance planning. This streamlines the project's initial phases, optimizing land use and minimizing environmental impact.

Moreover, this proactive approach improves project efficiency, reduces downtime, and enhances worker safety. Overall, the combination of visual data and AI offers a powerful toolkit for solar farm construction, driving cost-effectiveness, sustainability, and timely project completion.

Project construction monitoring

AI algorithms can monitor construction progress in real time by analyzing images from drones or on-site cameras, ensuring that work is on schedule and adheres to design specifications.

Lifecycle management

AI can predict and prevent potential issues, such as equipment failures or safety hazards, through image recognition and anomaly detection

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