On May 28, the training of Orange Pro Heliodon (V version) was performed by Nitter - betanit.com CEO Giulio M. Podestà in the LEMA laboratory, University of Sonora, Mexico.
Both researchers and students were very interested in understanding the working principle of the device and its operation thru the graphical user interface.
The Director of LEMA, Dr. José Manuel Ochoa, requested a check of the accuracy and repeatability of the entire system: Orange Robotic Table, SS-Tungsten (solar simulator lamp), Nut luxmeter system and the graphical user interface. With the use of a solar watch designed and built in the LEMA laboratory, Dr. Ocha and the entire staff was impressed by the accuracy of the shadow geometry, which was found to be higher than the geometric tolerance of the solar watch itself.
During the training, Dr. Ochoa requested an integration to the graphical user interface:
I desire to set the time of the simulation in solar time and not only in local time because it is universal and easier for designers. The interface was integrated with the new algorithm and supplied to the client some days ago, thru our digital portal my.betanit.com for our customers. Thanks to the customer feedback, it is possible to improve and make easier and more enjoyable the simulations.
The Laboratorio de Energía, Medio Ambiente y Arquitectura (LEMA) has the objective of integrating practical activities into the Curriculum of the Architecture Career. By doing so, undergraduate students will have the opportunity to conduct experiments that explore how environmental factors include the process of architectural and urban design, both with physical models (study models) and with mathematical models, and computer simulations.
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