Where AI and Industrial Diagrams Meet
9,315 hours saved using DataSeer in 2022.
Analyze and extract the data you need from Diagrams - in minutes.
DataSeer automates the extraction of symbols, lines, tables and text from industrial PDF diagrams and datasheets into easy-to-use, standard output formats such as CSV or CAD drawing formats.
Integrating industrial engineering with Machine Learning and Computer Vision, DataSeer enables users to scrape data from PDF drawings and create asset & data models and digital twins.
Use DataSeer to...
Extract information that can be used across multiple use cases, including Asset Integrity Management, Plant Cybersecurity, Capital Projects Engineering & Estimating, Process Simulations, Plant Operations and Maintenance.
Rapidly estimate cost for planning, bidding, fabrication & construction
Extract tabular data such as equipment lists, bill of materials and data sheets
Convert legacy diagram images to digitized CAD drawing formats
Transforming the use of Industrial Drawings
We help teams do
their best work.
With DataSeer, your team can focus on what matters most. DataSeer dramatically decreases time spent staring at industrial diagrams and manually extracting information.
Minutes not Hours. Hours not Days. Days not Months.
Why users love DataSeer
Improve process efficiency by 40-80+%
Increase ROI by up to 10x
Reduce the risk of project overruns
Off-the-shelf application, no setup or configuration
User-centric design that's easy & intuitive to use
Use our default P&ID symbol library or build your own!
A large EPC wanted to improve accuracy and reduce the time its workforce spent working with engineering drawings in order to optimize its cost-estimation process. Improper cost estimation throughout the industry leads to cost overrun, delayed schedules, scope-creep, and many other project-related failures. A proper estimate minimizes overall risk, promotes good work practices, and ensures a greater level of customer satisfaction.
A Canadian engineering services provider had to conduct a risk assessment on piping & equipment as part of an operator’s Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) program in order to understand existing operational health of facilities at the equipment level and piping level.