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Deep Scan Tech’s technology featured in Kauppalehti, Finland’s leading business newspaper

 Published on October 2, 2023

Deep Scan Tech is a clean tech software company that has created unique data analytics capabilities that make it possible to create unprecedented underground 3D images from the surface. The company’s innovative technology has attracted the attention of Kauppalehti, Finland’s leading business newspaper, which featured Deep Scan Tech in a recent article [1].

"The innovative technology has attracted the attention of Kauppalehti, Finland’s leading business newspaper."

The article focused on Deep Scan Tech’s underground scans performed at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Suomenlinna [2], a sea fortress composed of eight islands near Helsinki. Suomenlinna is a popular tourist destination and a cultural treasure, but it also faces challenges from ageing and climate change that threaten its critical infrastructure. Deep Scan Tech’s solution allows for non-invasive 3D scanning of underground structures, such as tunnels, pipes, and foundations, revealing their condition and potential risks. According to Kauppalehti, Deep Scan Tech’s scans at Suomenlinna have provided valuable information for the maintenance and preservation of the site, as well as for the planning of future development.

[1]: Kauppalehti: "Suomenlinnassa löytyi 40 vuotta 'hukassa' ollut tunneli – Uusi tekniikka näkee kymmeniä metrejä maan sisään"
[2]: The Suomenlinna Sea Fortress is a cultural treasure. Its construction began in the mid-18th century.

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