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Correct-Ai Partners with SITECH HAWAI’I

Correct-AI announced today that it has reached an agreement with SITECH HAWAI’I to distribute its PROX-EYE™ Proximity Detection Systems for industrial applications.


Correct-AI combines industrial robotics and patented artificial intelligence software to develop and manufacture its PROX-EYE™ object detection technology. The Canadian company has a bold mission to save lives and enhance productivity. SITECH HAWAI’I will sell, and provide customer support services for the PROX-EYE™ systems to offer this proven, high-tech solution to industrial industries. The agreement calls for non-exclusive distribution by SITECH HAWAI’I throughout Hawai’i, California, Oregon, and Washington in the United States.


“We are thrilled to have SITECH Hawai’i join us to offer our unique, state-of-the-art safety systems to the construction industry and beyond,” said Rob Hodgson, Correct-AI Vice President of Global Business Development and Partnerships. “This is a major step forward in extending our reach and impact to protect both people and property.”


“We are excited to announce our partnership with Correct-AI and its industry-leading technology”, shares Casey Walton, General Manager, SITECH Hawai’i. “Their AI safety cameras are an essential part of the ever-growing need to increase safety in the workplace, and we are excited to be the leader here in the Pacific Islands.”

Correct-AI’s PROX-EYE™ Vision Guidance Systems combine IR & white light cameras, LiDAR components and patented proprietary artificial intelligence software into a cost-effective tool that is revolutionizing the way industrial vehicles are managed, both safely and efficiently, in challenging worksite situations. The camera(s) and LiDAR sensor(s) are mounted to the exterior of the equipment along with an operator station monitor/processor to provide intelligent audible and visual warnings to the vehicle operators of imminent risk to people and other equipment in the customer configurable danger & blind zones.


The Correct-AI PROX-EYE™ Proximity Detection Systems have been designated as the collision avoidance system of choice by a growing number of industrial companies. The new agreement between Correct-AI and SITECH HAWAI’I will expand and diversify the markets to which the PROX-EYE™ systems will be distributed to promote and support safe and efficient industrial vehicle operations on worksites and elsewhere throughout the Western United States, and beyond.



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