Earlier in the year, pitched to a crowd of students who were taking part in the annual capstone project carried by the University of Sydney (uSyd). The aim of the project was to introduce the students to real world problems and expose them to commercial workplaces. GeoInteractive teamed up with a team of 4 talented students who were given the task to develop a feature recognition application to be used on conduit inspections. After 3 months the uSyd team successfully completed the project and presented the results to the GeoInteractive team.

“The team did amazingly good, the results came together in the end to produce a working application that not only detected features autonomously in a conduit but it also integrated into our AWS platform,”

Robert Lee the CEO of GeoInteractive