Geospatial Technology, Drones and Aerial Imagery

Organizations have been using traditional mapping for years to gather information about the world around them.

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Organizations have been using traditional mapping for years to gather information about the world around them. The application of AI to geospatial data can deepen their understanding and inform how they adapt their approach in creating AI for applications such as road navigation, remote insurance assessments and pipeline inspections, and forestry management. 

Indika AI helps in Training and maintaining these AI systems that requires large quantities of annotated geospatial data.

Strategic physical store location with GIS Data

Companies often struggle while choosing physical locations for their stores or warehouses, and rightly so. It should be strategically mapped, maintaining a balance between suitability of procurement and better reach to customers, keeping the cost in mind.

Supply & Distribution Route Optimization

Supply and distribution companies leverage satellite imagery for route optimization to bring down logistics costs, decreasing deadhead and empty miles, thereby optimizing unit economies.

Predicting crop yields using satellite images

If you are in the business of farming or your business is dependent on agricultural produce, then, you know the most significant uncertainty your business is exposed to is crops yield. A good harvest or a bad one can have a trickle-down effect on the supply, manufacturing and demand throwing your operating expenditure into disarray.

Solar Inspection

Solar inspections are a time and labour-intensive process. AI-powered drones are being used to inspect solar farms and can fly pre-planned routes capturing thermal images along with geospatial metadata, generating actionable reports.