Evaluating things like machines and building sites is both risky and labour intensive, and as a result, it's costly too. Cegeka has developed a software by which drones can fly autonomously and recognise, photograph and analyse automatically damages to the likes of for example scissor lifts.
This means that you will get a detailed and accurate report which objectively calculates the severity of the damages, as well as the cost of repairs. It will even automatically process the follow-up. This will obvious result on a cost saving, as well as increased efficiency. And all this, with the greatest precision and in complete safety.
Combination: Machine Learning & Predictive Analysis
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