Digital control rooms are emerging as valuable tools to increase the efficiency and scalability of solar portfolios. Lower costs and improved performances go hand in hand with greater system efficiencies: Those success metrics are key for any solar plant operator. To maximize those metrics, advanced monitoring and analytics software helps operators make smart, data-driven decisions in real time.

Join this pv magazine Webinar to learn how Berlin-based monitoring specialist Solytic designs and delivers software solutions that support digital solar control rooms. The Berlin-based monitoring specialist offers a modern solution, a software that can connect to any 3rd party gateway without buying or installing new hardware. It also lowers average license fees in half for its commercial and industrial B2B or residential B2B2C customers. And, because solar installations don’t have to be visibly damaged to underperform, Solytic’s software pinpoints the reason behind performance drops and enables real-time, fact-based decision making.

With more than 150,000 solar assets under management, Solytic’s state-of-the-art monitoring software examines data not only from the client’s installation but also from its surroundings—weather data, for example, or data from a comparable nearby PV plant. This is then evaluated by means of smart monitoring and analyses.

Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. David Wagman, Senior Editor at pv magazine USA, will be the moderator of this webinar.
Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.
Wed, 13/10/2021 · 16:00 Berlin (GMT 2:00)
  • How modern monitoring software can reduce costs and boost efficiency
  • How Solytic’s software identifies the root cause behind a system’s underperformance
  • The software’s compatibility with data loggers, inverters, and APIs
  • Solytic’s business model, growth plans, and product development strategy
  • Q&A
David Wagman
Moderator | Senior Editor, pv magazine USA
David is a seasoned energy journalist and editor. His career includes work at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and in leadership roles on leading energy industry trade publications, conferences and websites. He holds a Master’s degree in City and Regional Planning.
Johannes Burgard
Managing Director, Solytic
Johannes is founder and CEO at Solytic, where he is responsible for business strategy, finance, operations, and data analytics. Prior to Solytic, Johannes worked as project engineer at international manufacturers like CLAAS and Airbus. Previously, he worked as a researcher at the RWTH Aachen, and holds an MBA from Esade Business School and an MSc in Engineering from RWTH Aachen University.
Tom Teichmann
Business Development, Solytic
Tom is responsible for business growth, project management, and consultation to help companies making changes to legacy systems. He has been involved in startups like Rocket Internet.
Steffen Mangold
CTO, Solytic
Steffen has more than a decade of experience in the solar industry, having started by installing IT systems in PV plants across Europe. As a developer, his mission was to create tools that made it easier to maintain PV plants.