Solar Anomaly Numbering is an add-on for the Solar Inspection Pro and Essential data products which delivers a numbering for each anomaly detected. Anomaly numbering provides a different way of locating of each anomaly on the site, in addition to the coordinates which are already included by default.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the purpose of anomaly numbering?
Anomaly numbering provides a different way of locating of each anomaly on the site, in addition to the coordinates which are already included by default. This numbering will be available for each anomaly in the platform under the property "Solar Anomaly Reference" and can be exported as well to the PDF report and CSV.
What numbering scheme comes standard?
Sitemark numbering is based off a grid system in which tables and panels increment west to east, starting in the left bottom corner of the site.
If the site layout does not fit the standard format, the site is also broken up into sections to further aid in localization. The reference is available under the property "Solar Anomaly Reference" in the format as shown below
Can we use our own custom numbering scheme?
Sitemark uses a standard numbering based on a grid system based on panels, tables and sections.
Sitemark does currently not support custom numbering schemes, but only on request.
What is the difference between a table and a string?
On most sites, tables and strings are the same. In some rare cases, a string can span across multiple tables (see example below). For localization, Sitemark uses tables as a reference in our grid numbering system.
Will the turnaround time be affected when I opt in for numbering?
Depending on the size of the operation, the turnaround time will increase slightly when solar anomaly numbering is included.