Qii.AI, the Toronto, Canada-based leader in AI-driven, remote digital inspection software, has been selected from a competitive field to participate in the upcoming “Corrosion Detection in Ships (“CDIS”) Sandbox, held by Innovation for Defence Excellence and Security (IDEaS), a Department of National Defence (DND) program. CDIS Sandbox will take place at the Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship (“COVE”) in Halifax, Nova Scotia, from April 25 to May 20 of this year.
Earlier this week, Commercial UAV Expo, the top-notch international commercial drone conference announced their new Advisory Board for the 2022 Commercial UAV Expo. The Advisory Board welcomes an impressive list of fellow leaders in the drone industry, including Michael H. Cohen, CEO at Qii.AI.
Latest from Qii.AI: Seamless, Automatic Thermal Imagery Based Inspection Available now for Remote Digital Inspections
Qii.AI, a global leader in providing AI-enabled, computer vision and data management software solutions for asset management and digital inspections, has released the latest version of its platform, which now fully supports thermal imagery based inspections, with seamless, automatic alignment of thermal and visual datasets, allowing inspectors to more quickly and more accurately identify and locate problems.
Qii.AI, a global leader in providing AI-enabled, computer vision and data management software solutions for asset management and digital inspections, has today announced the release of its Road Defect Detection (RDD) Module, enabling automatic detection and classification of potholes, cracks, and other defects in road surfaces, within the Qii.AI platform. According to Stéphane Bouvier, the CEO of EXO Tactik, a Quebec-based provider of drone inspection services that has partnered with Qii.AI in the province, "…this technology is arriving just in time to satisfy a rapidly expanding need to manage and interpret data from drone-based road inspections."
Qii.AI, a global leader in providing an AI-enabled, computer vision and data analytics platform for remote digital inspections, has today announced the release of its first Augmented Reality (AR) module, for use with the Microsoft Hololens 2, and is now available to existing users of Qii.AI.