Israeli startup Exodigo is announcing the commercial availability of its subsurface mapping platform in the US with a bang. The tech company has scooped up a cool $29 million in seed funding to make underground mapping easier with drones.
The Exodigo sensor system is a nonintrusive subterranean mapping platform that has been designed especially for construction, mining, and utility firms. Combining advances in 3D imaging and artificial intelligence, the sensor can rapidly create a digital geolocated, 3D map of buried assets – right from man-made pipes and cables to soil layers, rocks, minerals, and even groundwater across any terrain.
Jeremy Suard, co-founder and CEO of Exodigo, likens his company’s technology to fusing the scanning power of an MRI, CT scan, and ultrasound into one small device. Suard says:
Our powerful combination of advanced sensor technologies and proprietary AI platform provides users with a safe, fast way to get a complete view of…