Greentown Labs has featured Raptor Maps as a startup “paving the way for industrial inspection and AI-driven data reporting.” As drones set up with infrared and high-resolution imaging cameras are being adopted to solar farms, operations and maintenance companies are finding themselves with large quantities of data that needs to be analyzed. Raptor Maps AI solution automates this process by identifying, classifying, and localizing solar farm deficiencies through a software solution which uses machine learning.

By eliminating the need to manually scroll through the hundreds of collected aerial images, Raptor Maps is able to streamline asset management and maintenance for companies using drones to inspect PV systems. As drone technology is being leveraged to optimize solar inspection, companies such as Raptor Maps have found a niche in turning the accumulated data into valuable deliverables.

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