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AI Clearing and a strategic partnership with Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI)

AI Clearing partnered with DMI (Doosan Mobility Innovation) to solve immense scalable challenges across infrastructure projects. AI Clearing is a construction progress tracking solution tackled by artificial intelligence (AI). While AI is leaving footsteps in every small and large-scale business in today's economy, construction work is not falling behind. We've seen robots doing 3D mapping, modelling and suggesting a core foundation for large scale infrastructure. They can reach even the remotest spot and provide accurate data where it is risky, inefficient and time consuming for humans to gather data.

AI Clearing is a real digital field construction progress tracking solution that helps "Decrease re-work cost with litigation risk. 100% databased." The company provides a mix of AI, GIS/CAD solutions with fully autonomous construction progress tracking. Along with red-flag detection in real-time. The company is based in Austin, TX, and R&D expands to Poland.

The company consolidated a strategic partnership with Doosan Mobility innovation (DMI), which as a result, will provide more unique insights on construction sites that were seemingly inaccessible before. The challenges they encounter together will leverage strong compatibility toward sizeable projects and progress along with human supervision. The tracking solution has long endurance as they use hydrogen-powered drones rather than electric drones. Of course, electrify is used in part of the operation, but then it makes sense to use what is efficient and safe in a suitable environment for specific tasks.

DMI integration with AI Clearing will provide budget-friendly drones that make more sense in the future of construction tracking. Meaningful insights will be provided of construction sites and DMI giving priority to AI Clearing with their "industry-first platform" that delays budget overruns.

Many construction teams manually do the tracking jobs for surveying and data processing. It is time consuming, inefficient and costs more than what the integration brings to the table. 80% of projects fall in an over-budget situation just for the data analysis alone, and thus digital methods are becoming more popular.

Real-time civil and infrastructure construction progress tracking is now scalable regarding area, duration and cost because all of them are cut down. CEO and Co-Founder at AI Clearing Michel Mazur said, "Many construction teams find data gathering with drones challenging as they have to change batteries very often, which takes time." Doosan Group was founded in 1896 and became one of the world's largest manufactures of construction gadgets. "We are very proud to form a partnership with a company from the Doosan Group." – AI Clearing CEO.

Doosan Mobility Innovation CEO Doo Soon Lee said, "Companies that have come to realise business value derived through data gathered by drones are increasingly demanding longer flight time." And as a result, with years of grinding and perfect data analogy, the hydrogen-powered drones are much capable of bringing accurate results quickly.

The global link-up may bring more surprises and innovation towards the sector, and the civil department community is hopeful. The maximum flight time of those hydrogen-powered drones exceeds two hours. It includes anywhere from triple to quadruple of un-crewed aerial vehicles (UAV) than those using lithium-ion polymer (electric) batteries.

DMI has more features up its sleeve, like a three-minute transaction to change hydrogen cells on those drones rather than battery-powered ones as they need more fuel to fly with those gear. The drones also worked for long-distance, environment monitoring, public safety, utility inspection projects, and as an eco-friendly option, it suits many civil engineers work style.


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