See how industry leaders across transportation, utilities, energy, and construction are using Exodigo's non-intrusive subsurface technology to solve the underground for their projects.
VINCI, a leading global construction firm founded in France, and GRDF, the largest distributor in France, came together to test Exodigo's non-intrusive technology for identifying and mapping underground utilities with multi-sensing technology and AI.Learn More
Top civil engineering, rail infrastructure and services business Colas Rail used non-intrusive subsurface imaging technology to avoid conflicts with current utility services on a major metro expansion project in the city centre.Learn More
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) utilized non-intrusive underground mapping technology to complete the coordination of underground utilities for a railroad station parking garage in suburban Pennsylvania.Learn More
Faced with significant cost overruns and delays, Caltrans needed to prevent additional utility strikes along Highway 70. They brought in Exodigo to create utility maps they could trust for redesigns.Learn More
PG&E needed to lay new utility lines on a private new development site with no existing records. Charge, the EPC leading the work, tasked Exodigo with confirming current utility locations and identifying unobstructed pathways for new lines.Learn More
National Grid wanted Exodigo to provide a complete underground map for an active gas substation in New York, where existing records and partial schematics were available. They asked Exodigo to scan the area and compared the findings against utility records.Learn More
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