RoadBotics Nominated for Pittsburgh Tech Council’s 2021 Tech 50 Awards

Pittsburgh, PA, September 16, 2021 – RoadBotics and their President and Co-Founder, Ben Schmidt, PhD, is being recognized by the Pittsburgh Tech Council for their success and innovation. 

The Pittsburgh Tech Council’s Tech 50 Awards will be held on Wednesday, November 10, to honor technology innovation in the Pittsburgh region in ten separate categories. RoadBotics is proud to be nominated in the “Innovator of the Year: AI/ML/Robotics” category, along with Aurora, Gecko Robotics, Inc., Idelic, Locomation, and Motional. 

This award acknowledges RoadBotics’ constant efforts to innovate and improve its products and services. While being known for their automated, objective road assessments using Artificial Intelligence, they have also introduced AgileMapper this year. AgileMapper is an online platform that uses the power of artificial intelligence to create interactive maps and empower you to make data-driven decisions about your environment and provide digital solutions for industries like civil engineering, utilities, insurance, construction, and the public sector.

About Pittsburgh Tech Council: 
The Pittsburgh Technology Council helps tech companies succeed through a proven platform of business development, talent retention, government relations, and visibility services. Companies at all growth stages use the Pittsburgh Technology Council to build new business, connect to capital, grow a workforce, and make headlines.

About RoadBotics: 
RoadBotics transforms your visual infrastructure data into meaningful maps using artificial intelligence.

AgileMapper empowers you to quickly inventory assets and note their condition, efficiently monitor the progress of multiple projects, and clearly communicate with your team. RoadWay, the advanced AI platform that launched RoadBotics, has enabled 250 governments worldwide to objectively assess and manage their road networks.

RoadBotics was spun out of Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) Robotics Institute in 2016 and has raised $11.4M in venture capital investment to date. We envision applying our technology to improve not only the world’s roads, but also the critical infrastructure that impacts people’s lives every day.


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