Using Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision to Automate Corridor Inspections and Predict Rail Maintenance

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In this seminar, Airsight will provide details of how it is using artificial intelligence and computer vision with train-mounted high resolution (4K) sensors to automate corridor inspection processes. This technology helps rail operators to deliver more accurate and consistent inspection outcomes as well as dramatically helping to remove workers from the rail corridor. Airsight partnered with Sydney Trains, ARTC and UGL in order to test and validate this emerging technology.

Speaker: Nick Smith co-founded Airsight Australia in 2012 and operated as Chief Pilot for 4 years. Nick was instrumental in building new products and services as well as identifying valuable projects and building profitable partnerships with other organisations. Nick has extensive experience in technology services, hardware, drones, sales, marketing and strategic business development.



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  • SMART Building
  • University of Wollongong, New South Wales
  • Australia 2522
  • Building: 6
  • Room Number: Foyer