Installed in the Botanical Garden of Madrid and the University of Kufstein, Smartflower solar panels have been tested by practice. As it turned out, they produce 40% more energy,than traditional drives.
The idea for Smartflower developers, as it often happens, is borrowed from nature. In shape, the novelty resembles a sunflower – panels are made in the form of giant petals – and uses the same method of energy storage as the ubiquitous plant. To do this, Smartflower has GPS tracking, which allows you to accurately determine the location of the sun. In the morning, the petals open, rotating at right angles, follow the direction of the rays all day and close in the evening. It contributes to an increase in efficiency and an innovative automatic cleaning system – it gives up to five additional percentages, providing an ideal transparency of the glass.
Among other things, due to the unusual design of the panels in the bionic style, the mini power station harmoniously blends in both the urban and the natural landscape.