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Keeping your ‘boots on the ground’ alert

4Dig is a mobile app that makes sure your excavators are aware of the utilities in their vicinity, helping to avoid:

Costs

caused by a change of plan at best, and a utility strike at worst.

Schedule delays

that could have been avoided with access to reliable information.

Infrastructure damage

and its devastating ability to turn into every construction project’s nightmare.

Crafted by construction workers, for construction workers.

Construction Project Lifecycle

We’ve put together a fusion of artificial intelligence, satellite imagery, and computer vision, generating an engine that creates mapping simulations for the
subsurface.

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