The Santa Clara office in South Bay represents the strategic expansion of AIDASH in Silicon Valley. We want to be on top of emerging technologies that are redefining the way the world operates, and this is the best place to find the best talents to hire.
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) November 20, 2019
San Francisco Bay Area-based AI-First vertical SaaS company, AIDASH today announced the opening of their new office on Augustine Drive, Santa Clara, California. As a leading vertical SaaS company in the US, they aim to ramp up their operations and address the growing demand for their products.
“The Santa Clara office in South Bay represents the strategic expansion of AIDASH in Silicon Valley. We want to be on top of emerging technologies that are redefining the way the world operates, and this is the best place to find the best talents to hire.” said Rahul Saxena, Co-Founder & CTO, AIDASH.
“AIDASH is looking to hire innovative and tenacious people who are eager to take up new challenges. This office is a part of our larger business strategy. We’re at a critical juncture in the development of our satellite data driven AI platform that’s aimed at revolutionizing asset management and operations in core industries such as utility, energy, telecom and cities that have geographically dispersed assets,” Rahul added.
Utility vegetation management has frequently been the single largest line item in annual operating budgets, exceeding $100 million annually in many larger utilities. In California, utilities spend about $1 billion annually on vegetation management. Despite the money spent, vegetation contact with electrical distribution lines has continued to be a major cause of wildfires and power outages.
Empowered by high resolution high cadence data from multi-spectral & SAR satellites and other disparate sources, AIDASH’s Intelligent Utility Vegetation Management System can help power utilities save 15%-30% in their annual vegetation management expenditure, thereby ensuring a reliable and safer power distribution. These savings re-invested in hazard tree removal shall significantly reduce power outages and prevent wildfire risks.
The expansion comes hot on the heels of the announcement that AIDASH will be launching their new product — Intelligent Utility Vegetation Management System —at DistribuTECH International 2020, one of the utility industries’ biggest annual transmission and distribution conferences in the country.
DistribuTECH International 2020 will take place at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas from 28th January 2020 to 30th January 2020. Visitors can meet the AIDASH team at booth 1257 for a live demo.
AIDASH is an AI-First vertical SaaS company enabling intelligent asset management and operations in core industries with distributed assets.
AIDASH uses high-resolution multispectral and SAR data from the world’s leading satellite constellations which are fed into its proprietary AI models to make timely predictions for asset management and operations activities of industries that have geographically dispersed assets. AIDASH has offices in the San Francisco Bay Area and Bengaluru.