On this episode of the Construction Record podcast, digital media editor Warren Frey speaks with Jeremy Suard, the CEO of ExoDigo, an Israeli startup using artificial intelligence (AI) and sensors to perform noninvasive investigation before excavation.
Suard explained how the company is employing drones and AI to gather and analyze massive amounts of data to create a digital 3D geolocated map indicating where utilities, cables, and even archeological artifacts are located while reducing costs and carbon footprint.
He also spoke to a project in Los Angeles where they used ExoDigo technology to survey Martin Luther King Boulevard, a nine-line highway with numerous utilities located underground and said that even in very crowded, busy areas the company’s solution is effective.
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