SolSpec Transforms Risk Assessments with New Aerial Data Geoprocessing Platform

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A new press release reports, “SolSpec, Inc. announced early access to its flagship aerial analytics and data management platform, a cloud-based geoprocessing solution that transforms aerial data into actionable risk analysis and predictive modeling to empower civil and energy infrastructure owners and operators to identify and mitigate problems at every stage of the asset lifecycle. With industry-leading processing speeds, integrated artificial intelligence, and an intuitive web-based interface for creating, organizing and sharing 2D and 3D maps and models and reports, the SolSpec platform enables fast, accurate geohazard risk monitoring and mitigation.”

Tobias Kraft, founder and CEO of SolSpec, commented, “We built the SolSpec platform to unlock the unprecedented value that can be created by combining aerial data with ground-based project data… We’re working with some of the nation’s largest energy infrastructure operators, environmental consulting firms and policymakers to optimize our risk prediction models and analyses to deliver fast, reliable solutions that help solve complex problems involving energy and civil infrastructure, environment and natural resources management. We’re excited to announce a new wave of customer onboarding to the SolSpec platform for accurate geohazard risk monitoring and mitigation.”

The release adds, “The SolSpec platform has been in closed beta for three months, used in conjunction with SolSpec’s recently-released ROW Integrity Management product, a programmatic approach with a suite of tools, analytics and reports currently used by dozens of contractors, surveyors, engineers and pipeline operators in the oil and gas and energy industries. To date, the platform has processed and analyzed over 130 TB of aerial data, collected from over 3 million acres, with millions more planned for the first half of next year. SolSpec is now welcoming a limited number of qualified companies to join their early access program.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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