The New York and Tel Aviv-based company Dynamic Infrastructure, is expanding in Greece following a broad cooperation agreement with Greece’s InVision Consulting, a leading consulting and software providing firm specialising in the transportation industry. InVision will offer Dynamic Infrastructure’s AI-based predictive maintenance solution to tollway operators in Greece to help them maintain their assets and improve Opex.
Dynamic Infrastructure’s deep learning system quickly creates “medical files” for every bridge, tunnel and elevated highway, based on existing photos taken through annual planned inspections and photos of day-to-day operations. The proprietary cloud-based software compares existing images to new ones to detect maintenance and operation issues and identify defects before they evolve into large-scale failures. Like an MRI, these “medical files” serve as benchmarks for changes in maintenance conditions. The diagnostics can be easily accessed through a simple browser and can be instantly shared with peers and suppliers to facilitate maintenance workflows and increase return on investment.
The cooperation with InVision follows a successful pilot completed by the two companies on a major tollway in Greece. The cooperation will enable InVision to expand its offerings to Greek customers for the implementation of Dynamic Infrastructure’s predictive maintenance solution, allowing bridge and tunnel operators updated visual diagnosis of the assets they manage.
Athens-based InVision currently supplies software solutions to Greece’s leading tollway operators: Aegean, Attiki, Egnatia, Moreas Nea, Olympia and Kentriki. They operate thousands of miles of highways, along with hundreds of bridges and tunnels that cross the country.
“InVision and Dynamic Infrastructure are cooperating in bringing the most advanced solutions to our customers. The combination of InVision’s expertise and products with such innovative solutions is key for us as market leaders. We will provide our customers, for the first time, an option for maintenance services that can substantially reduce their current and future costs,” said Christos Koulouris, CEO of InVision Consulting.
“We are proud and honoured that InVision chose us as a technological partner. The cooperation of both companies will provide our Greek customers an incomparable advantage in maintaining key elements of the transportation grid,” said Saar Dickman, CEO of Dynamic Infrastructure.