Percepto AIM named to TIME's list of 100 Best Inventions of 2021

The Israeli company developed a field-proven software solution for industrial sites that employs drones and robots to automate inspections, emergency response and security

 

Percepto AIM named to TIME's list of 100 Best Inventions of 2021

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Percepto, pioneering autonomous inspection with industrial robotics, is proud to announce that it has been named one of TIME's 100 Best Inventions of 2021 in the AI category.

Percepto Autonomous Inspection and Monitoring (AIM) is a field-proven software solution for industrial sites that employs drones and robots to automate inspections, emergency response and security.

Critical infrastructure and industrial facilities with sensitive, complex equipment require frequent monitoring to ensure business continuity and comply with safety and environmental guidelines. With Percepto AIM, these sites can remotely and without a human operator prevent serious failures, respond quickly to disasters, and enable business continuity.

 From data capture to AI-powered insights and reports, Percepto AIM is the only end-to-end automated inspection solution on the market with its platform deployed at Fortune 500 companies around the world.

"It is truly an honor to receive this award from TIME, a great and respected media brand for nearly a hundred years," said Percepto CEO Dor Abuhasira. "Percepto created a new paradigm for industrial facility inspection by integrating AI and autonomous robot management with advanced visual data analysis. Being on this list is a testament to this accomplishment, and we thank the editors and staff at TIME for this recognition."

Percepto's solutions are trusted by Fortune 500 customers in more than 10 countries including ENEL, Florida Power and Light and Verizon.  The company is the recipient of the Frost & Sullivan Global Enabling Technology Leadership Award.

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