AI Mapit targets seed funding round to fund global expansion

Irish geospatial technology company ai mapit is aiming to raise a seed funding round that will allow it to target a global market with its new geotagging solution to digitise assets in the real-world environment.

The Trinity College and SFI Adapt Centre spinout is designed to improve the accuracy and efficiency of maintenance and monitoring for roadside infrastructure operators such as telecoms and utilities, road management agencies and smart cities. Its technology could help reduce costs and the carbon footprint of monitoring and maintaining roadside assets throughout Ireland and further afield.

Pictured: Dr. Vladimir Krylov (DCU; Prof. Rozenn Dahyot (MU); Julie Connelly (CEO); Matej Ulicny (Technical Lead).

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