There are 185 million electric distribution poles in the United States and they are notoriously difficult to manage. Due to this sheer number of poles, most utilities struggle to know exactly where their poles are, what's on them and what condition they are in. Why? Because collecting this data on the distribution grid is currently a slow, manual and costly process - often done by sending out dedicated crews and trucks with binoculars, cameras and paper forms. This process is expensive, difficult to scale and it doesn't mitigate risks related to grid reliability, resiliency and safety. Noteworthy Inspector employs vehicle mounted cameras and AI to help utilities collect and analyze imagery on distribution assets at scale. By mounting on fleet vehicles and through the use of AI, Inspector realizes efficiencies across multiple use cases.Something looks off?