Marietta Group Extends Inspection Capabilities with Drones, AI

Marietta Group introduced a new supplemental inspection capability that uses powerful artificial intelligence (AI) software and high-resolution drone capture technology to identify, map and track exterior defects on silos. The AI Supplemental Inspection service brings speed and precision to damage and crack mapping not previously been possible.

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Edw. C. Levy Using Drones for Topographic Analysis

Edw. C. Levy is now using the Kespry Aerial Intelligence platform for topographic analysis and inventory management. Levy is a construction, aggregates and facilities company that provides asphalt, aggregates, concrete, agricultural products, and other materials to its customers in North America, Central and South America, western Europe, Asia and Australia. “One of my chief responsibilities is looking over the land…

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Autocar Debuts One BADASS Dump Truck

When you trademark “BADASS” to describe your line of trucks, you better be able to back it up. Autocar LLC, the manufacturer of North America’s oldest line of specialized severe-duty vocational trucks, upholds the 120-year tradition with its latest offering – the Autocar DC-64D Dump Truck, the fourth iteration of Autocar’s DC-64 severe-duty Class 8 line.

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Kespry Helps CEMEX Transform Stockpile Management

CEMEX is now using Kespry’s platform for stockpile management, project monitoring and topographic mapping among other operational tasks. The company is using Kespry’s technology across its U.S. network of 10 cement plants, more than 54 strategically located distribution terminals, 50 aggregate quarries and nearly 269 ready-mix concrete plants.

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