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Surveying safely: The use of drones

Health and safety in construction remains a key challenge for the industry. The hazards for workers are many and varied across different phases of the project and asset life cycle. Those hazards exposed to surveyors—from

The true power of tomorrow’s AI-enabled construction

Join our open data challenge, SensatUrban We’re launching an open data product called SensatUrban and challenge you to develop algorithms and analytics that demonstrate accurate and scalable semantic segmentation of large scale urban point clouds

2021 prediction: Decarbonisation

To enter 2021, we have highlighted some of the trends and themes we expect to see across civil infrastructure over the coming year. Of these, common visualisation, collaboration and decarbonisation come out top of mind

Raising Series A: Founder to founder guide

Over the past few months I’ve been asked for my advice on how to raise a Series A, both on a one-to-one basis directly with founders or a one-to-many basis in the form of panel

2021 prediction: Collaboration and consolidation

Entering 2021, we highlighted some of the trends and themes we expect to see across civil infrastructure over the coming year. Of these, common visualisation, collaboration and decarbonisation come out top of mind for an

2021 trends prediction: Common visualisation

Entering 2021, we highlighted some of the trends and themes we expect to see across civil infrastructure over the coming year. Of these, common visualisation, collaboration and decarbonisation come out top of mind for an

Hello 2021…

Nobody could have predicted what would happen in 2020, but despite the chaos and uncertainty across the world, here at Sensat we want to share some positives that emerged from the last year. Some of

Flexing remote working

As the fireworks rang out across London at the start of 2020, shaking the windows of my tiny flatshare in Vauxhall, I could not help feeling a little smug. I had left my home county

Drone surveys VS traditional surveys

A survey is typically the first step in the process for infrastructure site development, so it’s important that the survey reflects the land in its truest possible form so that developers and people on the

Surveying safely: The use of drones

Health and safety in construction remains a key challenge for the industry. The hazards for workers are many and varied across different phases of the project and asset life cycle.

The true power of tomorrow’s AI-enabled construction

Join our open data challenge, SensatUrban We’re launching an open data product called SensatUrban and challenge you to develop algorithms and analytics that demonstrate accurate and scalable semantic segmentation of

2021 prediction: Decarbonisation

To enter 2021, we have highlighted some of the trends and themes we expect to see across civil infrastructure over the coming year. Of these, common visualisation, collaboration and decarbonisation

Raising Series A: Founder to founder guide

Over the past few months I’ve been asked for my advice on how to raise a Series A, both on a one-to-one basis directly with founders or a one-to-many basis

2021 prediction: Collaboration and consolidation

Entering 2021, we highlighted some of the trends and themes we expect to see across civil infrastructure over the coming year. Of these, common visualisation, collaboration and decarbonisation come out

2021 trends prediction: Common visualisation

Entering 2021, we highlighted some of the trends and themes we expect to see across civil infrastructure over the coming year. Of these, common visualisation, collaboration and decarbonisation come out

Hello 2021…

Nobody could have predicted what would happen in 2020, but despite the chaos and uncertainty across the world, here at Sensat we want to share some positives that emerged from

Flexing remote working

As the fireworks rang out across London at the start of 2020, shaking the windows of my tiny flatshare in Vauxhall, I could not help feeling a little smug. I

Drone surveys VS traditional surveys

A survey is typically the first step in the process for infrastructure site development, so it’s important that the survey reflects the land in its truest possible form so that