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Data processing

Thanks to the digital twin and our AI, the extraction of inventory data is done at more than 200 km per hour

Our data handling process

Jakarto collects HD geographic data, processes it, and renders it in 3D.

It creates what is called a digital twin, a virtual replica of a specific city or landscape. The technology is made possible by Jakarto’s mobile mapping units, which capture the data.

Jakarto then uses artificial intelligence to transform the raw data into intelligent, usable, and ready-to-use data within a few hours.


Mastering and using artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence consists of algorithms that, when well designed and trained, answer their own questions instead of deferring to experts.

Jakarto uses AI to detect specific objects in its geospatial datasets and map them.

The AI advantage? It saves considerable time and money. The process is automated, and the algorithm runs continually, letting us humans focus on more important tasks.


Object recognition in AI

  1. Simply put, Jakarto identifies points outlining an object then tells its algorithm what these points represent.

  2. From the segmented 3D data, Jakarto creates geospatial data, giving its customers access to an automatically generated and geolocated inventory of objects. For this process, it uses supervised learning algorithms, which work off knowledge provided by Jakarto’s experts.
25% 3D data
25%3D data
50% Segmented 3D data
50%Segmented 3D data
75% Object recognition
75%Object recognition
100% Machine learning results
100%Machine learning results

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