The goal of smart grids is to expand the grid and give utilities control over energy support. However, the smart grid has to bear unnecessary delays due to transport damage.
In the solar industry, solar panels can be shipped in full boxes, but they may rarely be transported with fillers. This kind of sub-optimal packaging is particularly vulnerable to damage during bumpy transportation, and other shocks and vibration will occur during transportation. Moreover, it is still possible to pack the goods properly and cause sudden impact or damage to the goods. Some pallets pose another risk - that is, they are overturned during transportation or storage, making them particularly vulnerable to damage.
Smart glass is just beginning to be used as windows, but vibration may break thin metal wires that crisscross smart glass.
It's not just exquisite components, but also heavy equipment such as transformers and generators that may be damaged during transportation. For example, a hard landing from a crane can cause obvious external damage, or may affect the internal winding. The damage may not be found at that time, until it is installed and later discovered, so that the project will be delayed and the cost will rise.
SHOCKWATCH's range of products helps identify falling shocks and vibrations, which may occur during transportation and alarms to check for damage before installing the equipment. Moreover, by using monitors and GPS tracking, they can accurately locate the events that cause damage. This enables managers to adjust their logistics plans through better packaging and route selection by carriers to reduce these risks and allow insurance companies to allocate risks.