AutoModality

Close-up Automated Asset Inspection

Close-up Sensor Readings

Using our automated drones, AutoModality can get inches from remote, inaccessible assets and place our cameras and sensors at just the right location to get the best results.

See It On A Map

Our sensors know exactly where they are when they take readings. AutoModality's patented Chronicle technology shows you the data and a map side by side so you know precisely what you are looking at.

Compare Over Time

All your imagery, sensor data, and maps are stored securely in the AutoModality Cloud Server. Since we know when and where each reading was taken, it is easy to compare changes over time. This allows you to spot small issues before they become big problems.

About Us

Ed Koch

Ed Koch has over 30 years experience leading teams in the engineering of control systems specializing in distributed control and autonomous systems. Ed Koch was previously co-founder and CTO for Akuacom, Inc., acquired by Honeywell International in 2010 where he served as Senior Fellow for four years. He helped drive the development of the OpenADR protocol and the founding of the OpenADR Alliance where he served on the board of directors. Prior to Akuacom, Ed was co-founder and CTO of Coactive Networks. Previously, Ed Koch led development of the first automotive Route Guidance Systems at Navteq. Ed holds over 20 patents.

Dan Hennage

Dan Hennage has over 30 years of experience as a computer systems engineer specializing in embedded systems, real-time enterprise applications, and distributed control. Prior to AutoModality, Dan co-founded Akuacom, Inc. and was the chief architect of Akuacom’s cloud-based Demand Responsive offering. Previous work includes co-founder and head of Product Development at Coactive Networks, developer of Automotive Navigation Systems for Navteq, and work at NASA’s Johnson Space Center on the Space Transportation System (Space Shuttle) telemetry.

Jimmy Halliday

Jimmy Halliday has over 25 years experience in the aviation industry. He is a fixed wing pilot with 250 hours of flight time logged and has spent the last 8 years as co-owner and manager of NorCal Skydiving. Jimmy’s primary role as manager of a commercial aviation business is to manage the fleet of aircraft and personnel. He coordinates maintenance schedules, pilot training and FAA inspections. Applying his experience from the world of commercial aviation, Jimmy is currently working at AutoModality as chief pilot and aviation manager.

Team Autero

Competing as Team Autero, AutoModality won the 2016 DJI Developer Challenge.