Capital injection for AI-based construction verification

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Airsquire’s Airsync survey platform automates the comparison of 3D scans and 3D models

Airsquire, a Dutch firm that uses Artificial Intelligence to automate construction verification, has received a six-figure capital injection from venture capitalist henQ.

The company’s intelligent Airsync as-built survey platform automatically compares 3D models and 3D scans of the physical asset to identify inconsistencies.

According to Airsquire, its technology allows errors in 3D construction projects to be detected faster with 100% coverage. This is in contrast to ‘error-prone’ manual verification which the company says makes it impossible to verify every inch of the construction space, often resulting in undetected discrepancies.

 

 

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