26 - 50 employees
Series A
Big Data & Analytics
Enterprise Software / SaaS

Smartvid.io Company Overview

Smartvid.io’s software enables builders to leverage the power of Artificial Intelligence to reduce risk on their projects.

Like a “virtual safety inspector” our safety monitoring solution plugs into existing sources of photo, video and project data and automatically detects safety hazards on your jobsites. Smartvid.io creates an automated safety risk assessment report that enables cross project benchmarking for leading risk indicators. Getting started is easy with pre-built integrations to Autodesk, Procore, Egnyte, Box, OxBlue and other project data sources.

See it in action at www.smartvid.io.

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101 Main Street
Cambridge, MA 02142

At Smartvid.io we’re united by a common goal—building a photo and video management platform that leverages machine learning to solve industrial-grade problems. Our vision is simple to explain but hard to do. To execute on this concept, we’ve convened an experienced team of enterprise software engineers, machine learning specialists, and sales and account managers.

Smartvid.io's team brings a track record and passion for solving complex problems in elegant ways that deliver unparallel user experience. The founding team has worked together in various software companies for over 15 years, helping to change the way people work. Most recently, the team started Vela Systems which pioneered the use of mobile technology in the AEC industry (architecture, engineering and construction), growing to thousands of deployments all over the world before being acquired by Autodesk (now known as BIM360 Field).

Our company values and cultivates an environment of open communication, frequent cross functional teaming, a bias towards getting things done, and a diverse, down-to-earth, and fun bunch of people.


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Talent on the Move
November 30, 2018


October 31, 2019
Barton Malow makes safety a priority. In fact, the company has a safety logo that reads: “Build it safe — No Exceptions.” Their impressive safety record, which is superior to the national average, stems from a long-term strategy that embraces in-depth, advanced planning to mitigate risk and further reduce reportable incidents. The company was already using StructionSite to tag, store and manage images and video, including 360 degree photos, to automate their site documentation...
October 3, 2019
We’re thrilled to announce our participation in Procore’s recently launched Embedded Experience capability for partner applications. Smartvid’s construction-tuned AI engine, nicknamed Vinnie, analyzes Procore images and project data to identify indicators of safety risk. This product, called Safety Monitoring, can now be enabled as an Embedded App directly within Procore. ...
September 20, 2019
The Behavioral-Based Safety programs currently in use on most project sites are focused on making observations or completing checklists in order to identify unsafe behaviors and modify them. The goal is to make the project site, and the workers on it, safer.  While this approach has worked for decades and has brought contractors’ incident rates down significantly in the process, the same tools that got us here won’t take us to the next level of the safety performance require...
August 21, 2019
It’s hard to believe that summer is almost over!  In some parts of the country, kids are already heading back to school.  Here in Boston, ours are still clinging to two more weeks of vacation.   It's been an active summer for us at Smartvid.io, and not just in the vacation category.  Here are some highlights: Strategic funding We completed a strategic funding round to help drive our work on predictive analytics, welcoming in new strategic investors Suffo...
August 21, 2019
My interest in construction started at age five.  I distinctly remember the day my parents gave me a dump truck load of gravel and a large bin of used Tonka toy trucks.  I would play for hours in that pile of dirt sifting and grading, building roads and erecting bridges. It was FUN! My career in construction started the summer after my 13th birthday when I started working for my dad’s electrical contracting firm. I was a “gofer”. I would “go for” this and “go f...