Spydar utilizes advanced technology to provide disruptive solutions for the Energy sector, we're fully commited to adding value to Africa with renewable energy solutions. With a wide rande of partners in the renewable energy sector we have a broad understanding in developing custom and ready-made IoT solutions.
Our global spread research and development team are also constantly building and developing on better solutions for the sector.
Internet Of Things
The energy sector is undergoing a massive transformation. Along with solar, wind, storage and other technologies, Spydar is utilizing the internet of things in helping to drive this transformation. We're revolutionizing nearly every part of the industry from generation to transmission to distribution and changing how energy companies and customers interact.
AI - Electro Mobility
Spydar uses drones to conduct a complete thermal inspection. Using IR camera's, we identify sub-module hotspots
that manual inspections might miss, Our Drone data is uploaded into an interactive, easy-to-use online web map
and can also be sent to a smartphone app for use by maintenance and repair personnel in the field.
IoT - Remote Asset Monitoring and Management
An increase in e-cars offers opportunities and challenges. The charging of electric cars must be coordinated, but at the same time, they offer the possibility of storing electricity and stabilizing the grid, for example by adjusting the charging demand to price signals and availability. Spydar uses AI to help by monitoring and coordinating.
AI - Power Consumption
Spydar Affixes IoT sensors to generation, transmission and distribution equipments to energy companies monitor it remotely.
These sensors measure parameters such as vibration, temperature and wear to optimize maintenance schedules.
This preventative maintenance approach can significantly improve reliability by keeping equipment in optimal equipment and providing the opportunity to make repairs before it fails.
Consumers, intelligently connected in the electricity system, can contribute to a stable and green electricity grid. Smart home solutions and smart meters already exist, but they are not yet widely used.
In a smart networked home, the networked devices react to prices on the electricity market and adapt to
household usage patterns in order to save electricity and reduce costs. One example is smart networked
air conditioning systems. They react to prices on the electricity market by boosting their output when
electricity is abundant and cheap. By analyzing user data,
they can also include information about user preferences and time windows in their calculations.