Innovation awards finalist: ai mapit revolutionises the way roadside infrastructure is managed

Maintaining vast swathes of geographically dispersed roadside infrastructure, such as road signs and lamp-posts, is a significant cost for those responsible for its upkeep.

It’s costly and time consuming to send engineers to sites, especially if they can’t find what they’re looking for when they arrive. However, a newly developed AI and geotagging technology from geospatial company ai mapit, which can pinpoint assets to within two metres, could revolutionise how this roadside infrastructure is managed.

Pictured: Leo Peyton (Commercial Adviser); Dr. Matej Ulicny (CTO); Julie Connelly (CEO).

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