Any project that requires disturbing the earth also requires knowing what’s beneath the surface. The good news is there are efficient options for exploration.
More than $100 billion is spent on excavation and drilling every year, all with the goal of discovering what’s underground. This problem affects countless industries, from construction and buried utilities to rare metals exploration, oil, and gas. The problem is two-fold: It’s costly to dig up the earth, and the unnecessary use of heavy equipment may create avoidable greenhouse gas emissions. Then there’s the unexpected consequences – leaks, explosions, project delays, and more – which cost billions of dollars annually and even loss of lives.
This has to stop. We believe the future of discovery is non-intrusive.
You need to know what’s below the surface to complete your project, but you don’t need to use costly, outdated, and risky methods to do so. This is where Exodigo's groundbreaking mapping technology shines.
We believe the future of discovery is non-intrusive.
Exodigo is a revolutionary, non-intrusive subsurface imaging platform, providing a digital geolocated 3D map of buried assets. It combines multi-sensor fusion and artificial intelligence to dramatically improve accuracy and time to map, which reduces damages and costs associated with unnecessary excavation.
Our 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.
Our goal is to minimize the number of excavations and loss of revenue caused by unexpected utilities, de-risking the entire project. We also lower its overall carbon footprint by making unnecessary drillings and usage of the wrong machinery obsolete. Improved accuracy from initial mapping results in less coordination with utility companies, safer excavations, and a fast “as-made” validation of sub-contractors execution.
"Exodigo has built the best team possible to solve this incredible problem"
“It’s time to embrace this next-generation of technology for non-invasive, subsurface imaging"
“The future of discovery for buried assets and ground investigation needs to be non-invasive and sustainable"
Our team includes former officers from elite units in the Israeli army. They are experts in signal processing, state-of-the-art AI, and software superiority, which makes them triple-threats in the non-intrusive subsurface mapping space. We can’t wait to put our expertise to work for you.