Suntrack®, a leading provider of smart solar tracking systems, will host a series of technical conferences on artificial intelligence, cyber security and big data analytics during Intersolar 2023 next month, with relevant topics for the solar industry covering efficiency and security improvement algorithms, cybersecurity in solar plants, latest developments in agritracker controllers, monitoring flow with AWS and more.
With its innovation and knowledge and the robust expertise of its parent company P4Q Electronics in engineering and manufacturing electronic products and systems, Suntrack has developed a highly flexible and reliable single-axis tracker controller. They have also built a comprehensive ecosystem integration that includes the tracker controller unit (TCU), network control unit (NCU), remote sensor unit (RSU), and a smart monitoring tool, complemented by a professional service team.
Suntrack's solutions are tailored to suit various project needs for +99% tracking uptime and optimal energy production.
"We are committed to reduce overall LCOE (Levelized Cost of Energy) offering cost competitive products, quick commissioning tools that help reduce installation costs and different O&M services along the lifetime of the solar plants," explains the management at Suntrack.
The conferences will feature the participation of more than 10 industry professionals, creating a space to share technical expertise and provide valuable content to both existing and potential customers. Noemí Pérez, the Commercial Director of P4Q Electronics, states, "This year at Intersolar, we'll be showcasing the most cutting-edge technology available on the market, powered by, big data analytics and machine learning."