Automate Pothole Reporting With ROVER
Help keep track of issues on your local government roads with the use of ROVER, an artificial intelligence application that runs on a smartphone that is mounted on a car’s windshield. Our easy-to-use application combines unmatched image recognition for detecting potholes and road damage with an intuitive operations dashboard.
Fill out the form and we’ll show you how ROVER can transform your local government maintenance activities, while helping to ensure that your roads stay safe and in a good state of repair.
We've helped detect over 100857+ potholes
- Detect potholes in real time in your city.
- Automate your system process with live data.
- Plan with confidence using Rover.
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ROVER is a lightweight AI model that uses image detection and machine learning to analyze captured video footage to identify and keep record of potholes.
Increase the productivity of your organization by using the latest technology to automate laborious tasks such as finding and noting down potholes.
Easily have access to real-time stats that you can share, analyze and plan future maintenance projects.
Rover is your hardest working employee. Let Rover take the brunt of the labourious task of finding potholes within your roads. Rover is over 95% accurate in detecting and noting down potholes.
Fast & Easy Work
Using the Rover app only takes a 10 minutes to setup and use.
Results In ReAl-Time
There are no productivity gaps between surveying, planning & execution. All the data you need is available in real time.
WHY WE MADE ROVER
Rover was built to be used by government & private agencies looking for a automation solution within their infrastructure asset management operations.
Rover is highly reviewed by our government and private clients.
“The City of Markham supports the development of technologies aimed at helping Canadian municipalities improve and maintain their road networks.”
Senior Manager of Roads, Survey & Utility
“We are excited to partner with Richmond Hill’s own Visual Defence to test the Rover technology. This type of collaboration and innovation is crucial for moving municipalities forward.”
Manager of Road Operations
“New Tecumseth is excited to test Rover and see how it can create efficiency in road patrol and other areas of our business.”
Manager of Roads and Fleet
“We are looking forward to testing Rover to see how it can create efficiencies in reducing the amount of staff hours that go into documenting and creating work orders for potholes.”
Supervisor of Roads & Traffic
“Technology that makes us more efficient and that leads to a better user experience on our roads is what Innisfil is looking for. We’re looking forward to seeing how the Rover technology performs.”
Manager of Road Operations
“We are excited to participate in this technology pilot to provide the Town of East Gwillimbury with another tool in our arsenal to help identify pothole locations, expedite tracking and repair all with the objective of providing a safer municipal road network.”
Manager of Operations