Solarbrush

  • Developing a small, lightweight cleaning robot for utility-scale solar projects
  • Robot walks on suction cup feet and uses a stationary brush to prevent buildup of sediment; it uses sensors to navigate the solar array and works for any size module or system
  • Robot weighs 2.5 kg, and ...

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