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AI and SaaS enterprise Detect Technologies announces global agreement with Shell

Working towards a common goal of enhancing the safety and reliability of facilities and assets, the AI and SaaS enterprise Detect Technologies is supporting Shell to improve safety and asset uptime across sites internationally

A leading Industrial AI and SaaS enterprise, Detect Technologies, has announced a global agreement with Shell to deploy their integrated AI solution – T-Pulse across Shell operations. This makes the AI and SaaS enterprise Detect the first Indian tech start-up which was part of the Shell E4 program to sign a global framework agreement with Shell.

With plans to scale further, T-Pulse is already supporting the automation of safety compliance in Shell across various assets through AI-based computer vision algorithms. In addition, Shell Ventures has signed an investment agreement to further the company’s growth.

Daniel Raj David, CEO & co-founder of the AI and SaaS enterprise Detect Technologies, said, “Our cutting-edge solutions are being adopted widely, and we are signing several EFAs across industries. This is a testament to our mission of driving change through AI and advanced technologies to create a safer and more efficient industrial world”.

T-Pulse is a ready-to-use and commercially centralized technology. Built for enhanced safety and reliability of people, equipment, and processes, T-Pulse has already been deployed across construction, downstream, upstream, midstream, offshore, petrochemical, ports, power, metals and mining, pharmaceuticals, cement, and fabrication yards. In deployments at Shell, it has significantly increased safety compliance with timely interventions, powered by the AI and SaaS enterprise Detect’s vision-based intelligence.

Dan Jeavons, VP of computational science and digital innovations at Shell, said, “From the early days of piloting Detect’s T-Pulse technology, Shell has been impressed with the product and the ingenuity of the team behind it. T-Pulse has proven to generate actionable insights that have made our operations measurably safer. It is encouraging to see the impact of T-Pulse at Shell growing to help achieve goal zero”.

Working towards a common goal of enhancing the safety and reliability of facilities and assets, the AI and SaaS enterprise Detect Technologies is supporting Shell to improve safety and asset uptime across sites internationally. Shell’s investment in Detect Technologies supports the adoption of its solutions across all Shell sites and partners.

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