I would use 2 Sdi tapas boards in conjunction with 2 Raspberry Pi computer boards to make a power controller and monitoring system which could be used in a wide variety of future energy capture and charging applications. The power input would be regulated and controlled by the 1st Raspberry Pi in conjunction with the first SDi Tapas Board to effectively harness, control and monitor the power input . The power input would then be adjusted via the Raspberry Pi and SDI tapas board as required, via Raspberry Pi controls, to create the desired output power level whilst also monitoring it. A second Raspberry Pi and SDI tapas located at the power storage /application would then also monitor the power input to it and also allow control of the power level via communicating control inputs back to the first Raspberry Pi if adjustment was needed to the power transfer level .
This idea allows for controlled power capture and transmission from source to application in a wide variety of uses.
I intend to make a model of this system to demonstrate its capabilities.