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Who is Raptor Maps?
Raptor Maps is led by MIT engineers Nikhil Vadhavkar and Edward Obropta. The company was founded in 2015. Read more about the founders here.
What does Raptor Maps do?
We develop software solutions that help people who inspect solar assets using drones. We enable them to efficiently process their data, create analytics, and deliver this information in a format compatible with their workflow.
Where are you located?
Raptor Maps is headquartered at Greentown Labs’ Global Center for Cleantech Innovation in the Greater Boston area.
What is Raptor Solar?
Raptor Solar is Raptor Maps full-service post-processing, analytics, and reporting solution for thermal and RGB (color) data created from PV system inspections. Raptor Solar has been used for site inspections as small as 200kw and sites as large as 250MW. You can learn more about Raptor Solar here.
How much do solar reports cost?
Processing and reports are priced by megawatt DC (MWDC) and total costs depend on a few variables (such as number of sites and level of detail). Please contact us to provide a few basic details about your project so we can provide a quote.
What are the data capture requirements?
Raptor Maps is flexible. We will work with your organization to ensure the fastest workflow for your level of analysis. Please contact us here to learn more.
AI & Machine Learning
What is your Enterprise AI solution?
Raptor Maps develops custom, end-to-end machine learning and AI solutions for enterprises that leverage drones and aerial data. The Enterprise AI solution includes custom algorithms trained for specific assets, interfaces and alerting systems, incorporation of asset and other IoT/SCADA data, backend IT integration, and more.
Who uses Enterprise AI?
Raptor Maps’ Enterprise AI customers vary, ranging from publicly-traded utilities to multinational food processing companies. If your organization is putting drones or thermal imaging sensors to work, contact us to learn more.