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Zeitview Expands AI-Enabled Rooftop Inspection

Roofing can be a substantial investment for properties of all sizes. With routine monitoring and maintenance, the lifetime of a roof can be extended while enhancing safety and ultimately saving money. Zeitview, a leading provider of advanced inspection software and services, announced the expansion of its AI-enabled Property Insights Platform to assess rooftop conditions.

The platform includes thermal capabilities for commercial properties and AI/ML damage assessment capabilities for commercial, residential and multi-family properties. Supported by high-resolution aerial imagery of the roof from drone flights, it assesses rooftop conditions, identifies anomalies such as debris, hail damage, rust, and more, and recommends optimized maintenance schedules.

Manual inspection methods are time-consuming and potentially hazardous. Zeitview’s solution provides damage assessments in minutes. Using drones for rooftop and facade thermal inspection and analysis allows customers to proactively find moisture under a roof membrane and potential areas of energy loss around the facade, enabling them to act before it spreads. The AI/ML technology is used to identify hail damage, water ponding, deteriorated membrane and other issues that could require attention. The AI vision covers every square inch and catalogs potential damage.

“We cannot overstate the time saved by utilizing drones for rooftop inspection purposes,” said Dan Burton, founder and chief executive officer at Zeitview. “Through our comprehensive analysis, our customers can make faster decisions about each property’s real-time condition while increasing efficiency and maximizing deliverables. Our client partnerships have grown to include pre- and post-construction images, thermal analysis, and conditional analysis on properties across the country because the software platform offers robust reporting and a one-stop-shop for drone services used by the industry.”

To learn more, visit the Zeitview website here.


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