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How to export data from the Sitemark Fuse platform
How to export data from the Sitemark Fuse platform

This article will show the different methods of exporting and sharing analysed data with external stakeholders.

Updated over a week ago


Whether you're an O&M who wants to extract the details of the anomalies found in a thermography inspection or an EPC looking to share a progress report on their construction project, the Sitemark Fuse platform offers different methods to export the data and analytics. This article will show you the different methods available as a platform user.


Once your operation has been completed, you can access the operation results and the export options available on the platform. You will find the Export function in the top right of your screen after opening the result of the operation.

Export button

Exporting PDF reports

Exporting a report is available for all data products on the Sitemark Fuse platform. When exporting a report, you will have several options for customizing your report.

Exporting Standard Reports

Include annotations: This will add any annotations made to the report, for example, the volume measurements.

Include thermal anomalies: This will add each thermal anomaly in a page-by-page breakdown to your report. Each page will contain the RGB & the thermal photo of the identified anomaly and a table containing all of the properties for that specific anomaly (eg Delta temperature, Loss estimation, etc).

Include statistics: This will add the statistics charts to the front of your report.

Apply filters: This will apply your active filters on your platform to your report so that you are exporting the results you are currently viewing.


It is also possible to include additional information added by the user to your report, such as solar panel or string references and much more. You can enter that extra information by editing that specific anomaly from the thermal anomaly modal after clicking on an anomaly.

How-to image on how to add extra information

You can choose to include or exclude certain properties from the report by clicking on the settings for thermal anomalies shown below:

include or exclude certain properties from the report by clicking on the settings for thermal anomalies

For more information on the PDF reports, you can find the support article on it here.

Share Link

The share link feature will allow you to share the results of an operation with someone who does not have a user account on your platform. With this link they will have view-only access to the results of that specific operation. They will be able to view the results (filtered if you have shared a filtered-view) and interact with the information, but they will not be able to edit any data or make any annotations.

As mentioned earlier, you can also apply filters to your share links to provide a specific data view. You can use your saved filters to share certain parts of your analysis quickly, utilising multiple share links to share your findings.

Apply filters to your share links

Want to learn more about saving filters? Check out this article.

Layer Downloads

Depending on the data product for the operation, the layer export feature allows you to export different data layers from the platform in a multitude of formats.

export different layers

For more information on exporting data and the formats it can be exported you can use this support article.

Bulk Exports

Some of the layer downloads are also available as bulk downloads, covering multiple sites and operations at once. This is useful if you want to do an external analysis of the data of your portfolio.

You can learn more about the Bulk Exports here.

Site Level Statistics

To export statistics on a site level, first navigate to the site you wish to export on. Then click in the export button located in the top left of the screen show below.

You will then be presented with a modal that will allow you to specify what statistics you want to download from the platform, file format and dates. When you have made your selections you can click the Export button and the file will be downloaded in your browser.

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