Exodigo’s AI/3D underground mapping tech assessed both current and future risks while the highway was shut down in that area. Exodigo's platform was used not only to assess what could safely open/resume operation, but to provide immediate corrective actions in areas suspected of being unstable to minimise the risk of sinkhole expansion.
The company says that its platform can detect any buried object, from man-made pipes and cables to soil layers, rocks, minerals, and even groundwater. It also works at any scale and terrain, from crowded urban environments to vast rural ones.
Using its advanced, non-intrusive underground mapping AI platform, Exodigo immediately scanned the area with multiple sensor types. The team quickly identified potential risks in surrounding areas on the highway and confirmed the integrity of the areas supporting train infrastructure through its multi-sensing AI platform.
Giving crews the ability to have an accurate, combined CT/MRI/X-ray scan of what is underground can help minimise risks in a wide range of both everyday construction/infrastructure activities and potentially fatal situations such as sinkholes.
According to Exodigo, no other technologies properly “see” underground. Meanwhile, the company’s technology rapidly creates digital, 3D geographic maps of the underground – utilities, pipes and cables, as well as details on soil layers, rocks, minerals and groundwater.