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Edinburgh / Darmstadt / Los Angeles, 22 February 2022. – German real-time risk and disaster intelligence provider,, and California-based computer perception company, Picogrid, formed a partnership for risk and environmental monitoring with mobile and AI-enabled sensors. 

Mayday operates a platform that covers multiple disaster types and all geographic regions in real time. The company’s AI fusion engine processes both airborne and ground sensor data sources, ranging from space to the bottom of the ocean. Mayday’s customers thus benefit from actionable insights and a holistic Common Operating Picture (COP), the company said.

Picogrid develops and deploys sensors as well as control equipment for ground-based site monitoring. The technology is portable and even viable in remote locations and under extreme weather conditions. The built-in irregular event detector alerts the relevant teams within seconds if anything happens, the company claims.

Through the new partnership, Mayday’s users will be enabled to monitor remote areas and critical infrastructure with unprecedented visibility, the company said.

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