Qii.AI, a global leader in providing an AI-enabled, computer vision and data
analytics platform for remote digital inspections, has today announced the
release of its first Augmented Reality (AR) module, for use with the Microsoft
Hololens 2, and is now available to existing users of Qii.AI.
Since its launch in 2020, the Qii.AI platform has distinguished itself as the
most advanced suite of visual data management and analysis applications
available, for producers and consumers of visual inspection data from drones.
The Qii.AI platform uniquely enables users to rapidly label, train, and manage
sparse data to achieve AI functionality at scale.
According to Qii.AI CEO Michael Cohen, the company sees growing demand
for delivery of its tech in conjunction with augmented reality and similar
technologies. “Delivering Qii.AI inspection data via the Microsoft Hololens 2
allows us to provide inspectors with an even more immersive experience and
the highest possible degree of situational awareness. One can even imagine
asset managers, inspectors, and other stakeholders meeting within the
virtual reality of their asset imagery to collaboratively review inspection data,
together. This is the latest example of the kind of deep tech innovation you
can expect to keep seeing from our team,” he said.
To sign up for a demo of Qii.AI, please visit the company’s website
About Qii.AI: Qii.AI is an artificial intelligence development company,
committed to developing deep technology and pushing the limits of
computer vision and machine learning. The Qii.AI platform is a visual
analytics platform for the drone inspection market. Qii.AI allows users to
securely analyze, optimize, and share visual asset data, and allows
organizations to implement customized Artificial Intelligence learning, so as
to leverage visual data for more proactive remote digital inspections.