Planning on 2D and 3D


The planning can be carried out in two and three-dimensional planes. A few mouse clicks enables photo-realistically representation of the solar energy falling on a building, including the shadows cast by objects according to the company. In the early stages of design, it can be quickly thus established whether a proposed system can be practically realised.

The solar shading analysis can be run as a single static image or animated as a movie sequence. There are two animated versions available: one can simulate Sun/Shading at different times during the year as an aligned sequence of images. Modules can be placed in any position on the site or attached to the building structure. The mountings for the solar modules can also be created.

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