Companies Collaborate For AI-Powered Drone Inspections
Wed, April 21, 2021

Companies Collaborate For AI-Powered Drone Inspections

Neurala and AviSight collaborated to provide “end-to-end service to inspection customers” for those who are looking for a complete solution for drone-based inspections / Credits: Dmitry Kalinovsky via Shutterstock

 

Companies developing drones powered by artificial intelligence are ensuring they have high-quality drones, keeping their workers safe, and ensuring that everything is under control. Thus, inspections in these companies are necessary to figure out if there’s anything wrong or anything they need to improve on. Neurala, a pioneer in AI-powered visual inspection, and AviSight, the leader in unmanned industrial inspections and advanced data solutions for critical infrastructure owners, collaborated to provide “end-to-end service to inspection customers” for those who are looking for a complete solution for drone-based inspections.

According to Robotics Business Review, an online site that delivers “actionable business intelligence” to global robotics, artificial intelligence, and unmanned systems ecosystem through market-leading digital media products and live events, the AviSight Live Look Fault Vision inspection system will be integrated with Neurala’s software in this collaboration. This aims to flag potential issues in infrastructure in various areas such as oil and gas pipelines, wind turbines, and cell and electrical towers. 

J.B. Bernstein, CEO at AviSight, stated that their Live Look Fault Vision software platform will work with the speed and accuracy that Neurala’s AI learns. This can identify more faults for their clients’ critical infrastructure before they cause damage to property and injuries to people. “The solution has already been deployed in several customer engagements with tremendous results, and there’s no way to underestimate the long-term impact this will have on inspection safety as well as reductions to these companies’ environmental footprints,” Bernstein said. 

Massimiliano Versace, co-founder and CEO of Neurala, added that they are delighted to work with AviSight to address the challenge of industrial inspections. Neurala technology allows customers to build an AI solution that is suited to their unique data and requirements while AviSight allows companies to shift from reactive maintenance to preventive maintenance. Versace stated that they are happy to ensure workers’ safety and ensure that inspections can be conducted in both a timely and safe manner.