Postgraduate Issue – Kong
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Our Second Article of the Postgraduate Issue

Our latest postgraduate author, Kriston Kong of the University of the West Indies (Jamaica), explores innovative techniques used to maintain and operate large (utility-scale) solar farms using drones.

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The Caribbean is experiencing rapid changes in its energy landscape and renewable technologies are becoming increasingly important sources of power. Kong investigates the use of automated Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) which soar above solar panels, taking thermal images to detect faults and damages. 

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