Visualization of Singapore buildings with a calculated index of perspectives to install solar panels on roofs.
The index was calculated by the formula:
RP ge = S ∗ H r ∗ T s
S – building roof area
H r – Photovoltaic power potential
T s – the average daily number of hours of sunshine (we took 6 for calculations)
The result was divided into 5 classes by the Jenks method, where 1 is bad (not promising), 5 is good (promising).
Also, for each building, all indicators are displayed separately (area, photovoltaic, district, etc.) in attributes.
Widgets allow you to filter by index, as well as observe the distribution of classes by area, and filter.
- The attractiveness of installing solar panels
- Solar panel installation management
- Energy management
- Self-sufficient household
Key Technical Features
- Big Data
- Categorical Filtering