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Solar roof cadastre

We support you in the aerial survey of roofs, calculating their position and angle, in order to determine potential solar energy capture.

The boom in solar energy continues thanks to the declining costs in initial investment and the growing interest in alternative energy sources. By 2020 solar energy systems should be five times their current capacity, according to experts in the sector. 

If you don’t wish to miss this timely opportunity and are interested in following the successful example set by some councils and companies in establishing solar energy plants so as to use self sustaining energy sources, then solar potential analysis and its associated aerial survey / cadastre is the solution for you.  This will enable you not only to adhere to climate protection regulations, but also to gain a potential income stream from the sale of solar generated power.

On the basis of LiDAR and aerial survey we automatically calculate the form, angle, exposure, and shadowing of almost all roof surfaces over the course of a year. With these results we can analyse solar energy potential. Municipalities and councils can then make this information available, through a web-based solar register, to local citizens, companies and industries. Companies with large areas of buildings or extensive production facilities can thereby gain a precise overview of additional sources of income.

Further information:

PDF zu Hansa Luftbild-Solardachkataster

For high efficiency solar power generation

The creation of a solar roof cadastre has several advantages. It is a comprehensive service to the citizens and strengthens the renewable energy sector. The available photo-voltaic potential is clearly illustrated and easy to understand. Customers can neutrally check the efficiency of their roofs before they contact an installation company. [ PDF ]

Contact person

Dr. Ralf Andreas Sembritzki

Phone +49 251 2330-279


Hansa Luftbild AG
Nevinghoff 20
48147 Muenster
Phone  +49 251 2330-0
Telefax +49 251 2330-112