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Series B - III | Alive

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$10M | 1 yr ago

About AiDash

AiDash is an AI-first vertical SaaS company that operates in the utilities, energy, mining, and other industries with geographically distributed assets. The company offers systems that use satellite data and artificial intelligence to help manage vegetation, sustainability, climate risk, and infrastructure integrity. AiDash primarily serves the electric utilities, gas utilities, water and wastewater, energy, mining, and transportation sectors. It was founded in 2019 and is based in San Jose, California.

Headquarters Location

3031 Tisch Way Ste 110, Plaza West

San Jose, California, 95128,

United States



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Industrials / Energy Tech

Grid inspection refers to the process of examining and assessing the condition of power transmission and distribution infrastructure, including power lines, transformers, and substations. This is done to ensure that the grid is functioning properly and to identify any potential issues or hazards that could cause power outages or other problems. Grid inspection is typically carried out by utility c…

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AiDash's Products & Differentiators

     Intelligent Sustainability Management System (ISMS)

    ISMS provides the clear information developers, local planning authorities, and landowners need to plan, measure, and manage biodiversity net gain and carbon offsets.  Using AI-powered technology and high-res satellite imagery, the solution collects data in days from large and even inaccessible areas, eliminating human error, and correlating with other data sources, such as IoT. AI analyzes land classifications, natural capital, and ecologies and provides insights to optimize efforts to baseline, plan, verify, and track biodiversity net gain. ISMS also points to opportunities to use company land to capture carbon and avoid carbon offset cost and validity (additionality and permanence) issues. Accurate data supplied by ISMS verifies public commitment to reduce carbon footprint and informs executive, ESG and regulatory reporting.


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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned AiDash in 3 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Sep 12, 2023.

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AiDash is included in 4 Expert Collections, including Oil & Gas Tech.


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AiDash Patents

AiDash has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • artificial intelligence
  • artificial neural networks
  • classification algorithms
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Artificial neural networks, Machine learning, Artificial intelligence, Electric power blackouts, Classification algorithms


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Artificial neural networks, Machine learning, Artificial intelligence, Electric power blackouts, Classification algorithms



Latest AiDash News

Report Shows U.S Utilities Are Adopting Digital Solutions as Climate Impacts Rise

Nov 15, 2023

News Provided By Share This Article AiDash outlines three key steps for utilities to successfully tackle vegetation management in 2024 and beyond SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 15, 2023 / / -- Over half of U.S. utilities have updated vegetation management approaches because of climate change and 82% have or are looking to use digital tools to upgrade operations. This is in response to extreme weather events causing more severe storms and wildfires than ever before, more vegetation-caused outages, legal issues, and overall losses in the billions. These are the findings of a survey of senior vegetation management executives in the utility sector conducted by AiDash, a leading provider of satellite and AI-powered operations, maintenance, and sustainable solutions. The results of the survey demonstrated that 11% of utilities have already made substantial changes and 41% had made some changes to vegetation management strategies. 48% are yet to make any updates but most do plan to adopt digital solutions by 2025 or later. This is in spite of utilities facing mounting challenges across the board. Not only are they contending with the impacts of more extreme weather events, but they are also grappling with significant increases in contractor costs, decreasing or stagnant vegetation management budgets, and a skills shortage. 62% of survey responders reported increases of up to 15% in contractor service costs, with 11% witnessing a rise of more than 15%. In contrast, in 2023, over half (54%) of utility budgets allocated to vegetation management remained either stagnant or decreased, driven by a combination of unprecedented inflation, climate-related weather events, and reduced availability of resources. There is also a current manpower shortage of qualified arborists, which could potentially limit best practice efforts by delaying work and reprioritizing risk mitigation needs. In the face of these challenges utilities are still making proactive and positive strides, currently prioritizing the delivery of reliable services to their customers, with the survey revealing that 64% use reliability as a key indicator to evaluate the company’s vegetation management strategy. Furthermore, utilities are working on initiatives to address climate change, including biodiversity and net zero goals, and nearly 30% are taking an integrated vegetation management approach. Over 80% of vegetation management executives acknowledge the value of digital technology for vegetation management. Using the findings from the survey, AiDash has produced three key steps for utilities to take to help successfully tackle vegetation management in 2024 despite the challenges they face: 1. Allocate budgets strategically: Vegetation management often represents the largest annual expense in utility budgets. Embracing technology and allocating resources more intelligently, such as deploying the right crews to where they are needed and optimizing equipment usage, can enable more dynamic vegetation management approaches. 2. Embrace technology for contractor auditing: Traditionally, vegetation management has heavily relied on manual labor, making it a costly and labor-intensive process. As the majority of utilities still rely on manual auditing of contractor’s work — especially in light of the manpower shortage — there is a significant opportunity to automate this process, which would lead to time and cost savings. 3. Set up processes to enable nimble responses to climate change: Climate change has undoubtedly begun to impact businesses across various sectors, including utilities, who now face increasingly severe climate-related challenges. By adopting faster, more dynamic, intelligent vegetation management before, during, and after storms, utilities can better equip themselves to address the various aspects of climate change. Digital technology providers can also take steps to improve the level of support they provide utilities. The survey demonstrated the need for enhanced digital tools and software solutions able to monitor tree health in real time with nearly half (41%) identifying this as a key gap. Abhishek Vinod Singh, CEO at AiDash, said: “Tight budgets, escalating costs, and competing critical priorities are putting huge pressure on utility companies. It’s good news that, despite these challenges, over half of utilities are updating their vegetation management strategies to become more resilient in the face of extreme weather events, but we still have a long way to go.” “Utilities need modern digital tools to adapt to the new challenges posed by climate change while continuing to provide essential services to their customers. They have the opportunity to use digital tools to optimize vegetation management and improve safety for their staff and contractors.”

AiDash Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was AiDash founded?

    AiDash was founded in 2019.

  • Where is AiDash's headquarters?

    AiDash's headquarters is located at 3031 Tisch Way, San Jose.

  • What is AiDash's latest funding round?

    AiDash's latest funding round is Series B - III.

  • How much did AiDash raise?

    AiDash raised a total of $43M.

  • Who are the investors of AiDash?

    Investors of AiDash include SE Ventures, Shell Ventures, Benhamou Global Ventures, National Grid Partners and G2VP.

  • Who are AiDash's competitors?

    Competitors of AiDash include Overstory, Vibrant Planet, 4M Analytics, eSmart Systems, LiveEO and 7 more.

  • What products does AiDash offer?

    AiDash's products include  Intelligent Sustainability Management System (ISMS) and 1 more.

  • Who are AiDash's customers?

    Customers of AiDash include National Grid .


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