nearmap Launches nearmap Solar
nearmap ltd (ASX: NEA), Australia’s exclusive provider of frequently updated, high resolution imagery, has today launched nearmap Solar, a world-first service aimed at providing Australia’s solar industry a competitive edge by delivering instant client quotes and location-aware power calculations without having to leave the office.
“nearmap Solar is our second step following the recent launch of nearmap Rail to broaden our customer focus by meeting the needs of specific verticals and adding value to how these customers run their business,” said nearmap’s M
anaging Director Simon Crowther.
Available for all nearmap subscribers, nearmap Solar combines nearmap’s powerful PhotoMaps™ technology platform and measurement tools with the ability to precisely place virtual solar panels on the prospect’s roof. It therefore saves
solar installation professionals valuable time otherwise spent visiting and measuring the roof in person.
The new application features a library of more than 1,000 Clean Energy Council (CEC) approved solar panel templates and the ability to add and define additional custom panels, nearmap Solar enhances the quote report with photorealistic solar panels overlaid on a recently-captured, high-resolution image of the prospect’s property. nearmap Solar also features a location-aware solar power calculation report that demonstrates compelling and accurate power
output and cost savings data.
“No other tool can provide this highly competitive industry with the means to quote faster and increase revenue,” said Mr. Crowther. “In just a few clicks you can add virtual panels, calculate energy output and generate a detailed solar report. nearmap Solar can also be used for prospecting, preparing designs and installations as well as post-install audits, all through a web browser and without having to leave the office.
”nearmap continues to innovate and offer customers world class features with the most compelling and up-to-date PhotoMaps™ and tools to help increase productivity, minimise the need to physically inspect infrastructure and thereby reduce costs.
For further information visit http://nearmap.solar