Estonian drone company Hepta Airborne has announced a freemium version of its uBrid platform to allow more people to benefit from it. The company has perfected the software for the last couple of years, working with clients to improve it.

The uBird software was originally developed as a tool for powerlines and utility inspections to detect defective assets better. Hepta saw that the software could be used by a wider audience and added the ability to work with inspection use cases across the infrastructure inspection industry.

The software allows users to upload thousands of images at once, with the built-in AI detecting objects within the frame that need to be looked at. It then analyzes each object in the frame and decides if something needs to be fixed or replaced. It does this all within a few minutes.

The data from the results can then be shared with clients or exported via the cloud, PDF, XLS, or to other enterprise software to make workflows simple.

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