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Solar panel lift assist system

Use machine automation to enhance your crew and your business. Increase productivity, keep costs down and create predictability in your solar panel installation process.

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Optimize your solar project

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Increase productivity

Install panels 2X faster

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Improve your schedule

Deliver consistently and streamline your workflow by minimizing variations in your process.

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Cost Reductions

Less panel breakage

Less workers comp

Put your best labor to work in the right places

Benefits your company and employees will appreciate

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Lowering injury rate

With less steps and better ergonomics.

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Safer operations

Workers maintain control over the CrewMate system.
Additional sensors added to prevent accidents.

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Reduce fatigue

Take fewer steps and decrease the total amount of lifting required.

Helping your crew get the job done

A single person places even the heaviest panels and advances the machine through intuitive control of the tool.

1. Lift

Vacuum mechanism engages with panel and operator can easily move panel almost effortlessly.

3D Render of Fork Skidsteer by Moog Construction
3D Render of Fork Skidsteer by Moog Construction

Safety is in our DNA

Crewmate brings additional safety to the jobsite

  • Sensors added for additional safety measures
  • Visual and audible indicators
  • Site safety measures and training

Lidar, radar, and other sensors can be added for increased safety

Would you like to be contacted about getting CrewMate for a week trial period on your site?

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FAQ

What kind of terrain can the CrewMate handle?

Currently, the CrewMate is expected to handle irregularities in the terrain (like ruts and potholes) and the variability in terrain could go up to  +/- 7 degrees 

What kind of terrain can the CrewMate handle?

Currently, the CrewMate is expected to handle irregularities in the terrain (like ruts and potholes) and the variability in terrain could go up to  +/- 7 degrees 

What kind of panel arrangements can the CrewMate handle?

Currently the Crewmate can handle single portrait installationSupporting other installation configurations are being explored and should be supported in the future. 

What is torque tube or rack heights are currently supported?

CrewMate can support the torque tube height ranges between 5 to 7.5 feet. We are developing the gripper that can further ease the panel placement for taller torque tubes.  

What is the maximum reach horizontally?

The arm has a 12’ reach radius with the base vehicle is 6’ wide, so the reach of the arm is 9’Typically the vehicle has about 3’ of spacing to the panels installed.

Is the CrewMate available for rent, or purchase?

The CrewMate is available for rent.