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Correct-AI and O'Hanlon Paving

Updated: Jan 22, 2021

January 12, 2021

Correct-AI is excited to announce the first 2021 delivery of its PROX-EYE™ Visual Guidance System to O’Hanlon Paving, Ltd. The companies will work together to further validate and demonstrate the tremendous safety and cost benefits of PROX-EYE™ for worksite operations.

Correct-AI’s PROX-EYE™ system combines cameras, LIDAR and proprietary artificial intelligence software into a cost-effective tool that promises to revolutionize the way heavy industrial vehicles are managed, both safely and efficiently, in challenging worksite situations. O’Hanlon Paving is a part of The Fath Group, one of the largest family-owned and operated companies in the region. O’Hanlon is a leader in Alberta road construction and maintenance.

"O’Hanlon Paving is committed to maintaining the health and safety of all of our employees,” said Tom Fath, President of O’Hanlon. “That’s why Correct-AI’s innovative PROX-EYE™ system piqued our interest as a contributor to workplace safety.”

“We are thrilled to be working with an established company like O’Hanlon Paving that is dedicated to workplace safety,” said Siamak Akhlaghi, Founder and CEO of Correct-AI. “Together we will enhance worker safety through avoidance of industrial equipment collisions and roll-overs.”

When installed and operated on heavy industrial equipment, PROX-EYE™ provides intelligent warnings to equipment operators of imminent dangers pertaining to potential collisions and dangerous road conditions, such as trenches that are roll-over threats. PROX-EYE™ is equipped with onboard memory and telematics functions, which allows users to record how equipment moves around sites and report on any threatening situations. Correct-AI's PROX-EYE™ outperforms other tools and systems on the market through its use of artificial intelligence to reduce false positive operator alerts and increase efficiency.

Through its PROX-EYE™ system, Correct-AI is leading efforts to foster the transition from manual to semi-autonomous industrial vehicle operation; optimize machine operations and performance; reduce liability; and enhance the marketability of industrial operations services – all while lowering costs and raising profitability. Through continual collaboration with safety-conscious and progressive companies like O’Hanlon Paving, Correct-AI is committed to achieving all of these advances as it vigorously pursues its critical workplace safety mission.

For additional information and interviews, please contact the POC identified bellow.



O’Hanlon Paving: Tom Fath,

Correct-AI: Siamak Akhlaghi,


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