The New York, Berlin and Tel Aviv based startup Dynamic Infrastructure has won its first contract in Australia and will deploy a novel AI-driven predictive technology for maintaining dozens of bridges and infrastructure assets in Horsham Rural City Council in the state of Victoria.
Dynamic Infrastructure has teamed up with the Australian engineering and consulting firm IF3 Pty Ltd to win the contract to provide the council with a multi-year maintenance license. Dynamic Infrastructure estimates that Australia will become a major market for its SaaS product.
Horsham is an important contract as the region is located along the A8 National Highway from Melbourne to Adelaide. The multi-year contract involves all major infrastructure assets in the region and is viewed as a proving ground for Dynamic Infrastructure’s SaaS product to enable the regional council to reduce direct and indirect maintenance costs by using the world’s first deep-learning solution for maintaining bridges and tunnels.