The new WebAccess is already implemented in some projects. You have the possibility to test a demo version at meteo.suntrace.de.
Suntrace developed a new WebAccess for monitoring measurement stations and its sensors within the browser. The WebAccess is already implemented in some projects. You can test it at meteo.suntrace.de entering “test" for login in both fields. The data in the demo version is measured by HelioScale measurement stations of Suntrace for a project in Vietnam. In this project, Suntrace is conducting a measurement campaign for the World Bank Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP). The assignment of Suntrace in this project contains planning, commissioning and implementation of a high quality solar measurement campaign at five sites, including regular delivery of bankable solar data over a two-year period. Suntrace identified and proposed suitable sites for the location of the measurement stations and procured and imported it. Moreover, Suntrace arranged site access and ensured strong local involvement and capacity building.
The WebAccess will be constantly refined e.g. to get faster loading times and more useful features in the future. You can buy the WebAccess as an optional item with the HelioScale measurement stations of Suntrace or with your own data logger network. You will get an efficient way to access your data and keep all your key parameters in one, platform-independent, place. The Suntrace WebAccess offers you a browser-based dashboard to visualise all your stations and their current status at a glance. Furthermore, you will be able to browse through your current measurements with handy and dynamic plots on your computer. Please contact us to get more detailed information or an offer.
For more information about the Worldbank ESMAP project in Vietnam see the Implementation Plan and the Site Selection Report. This project is not the only measurement campaign Suntrace is implementing for the World Bank Group. Suntrace also conducts solar measurement campaigns in Bangladesh and on the Maldives.