AiDash is a company that develops technology used for the detection of wildfires. Combining AI functionality with satellite imagery, the tool strives to monitor vast areas with the goal of alerting energy companies when fires occur or are about to ignite. Energy companies can save huge amounts of resources by taking action as soon as wildfires start so they can reduce the impact of wildfires on power lines and other energy infrastructure. AiDash was founded in 2019 by Abhishek Vinod Singh, Rahul Saxena, and Nitin Das, and is headquartered in Santa Clarita, CA.

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Team

Management Team

Abhishek Singh
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Rahul Saxena
Co-Founder & Chief Product and Technology Officer
Nitin Das
Co-Founder & Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer
Rich Forcier
Chief Financial Officer
David Wolpa
Chief Revenue Officer

Board Members

Ashish Puri
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David Mount
G2 Venture Partners
Jake Tauscher
G2 Venture Partners
Roman Kiwakyou
Shell Ventures
Varun Jain
SE Ventures
Yashwanth Hemaraj
Benhamou Global Ventures

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Startup AiDash raises $50 million for tech using AI, satellites to spot wildfire risk

A California startup using artificial intelligence (AI) and satellites to spot fire and weather risks on power lines, AiDash, reported on Tuesday it had raised $50 million in new funding, reflecting Silicon Valley efforts to create products that help energy companies adapt to climate change.
Updated on: Jun 24, 2024

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