Kevin Reigrut joins Dynamic Infrastructure


Kevin Reigrut, former Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Director, has joined the board of advisors of New York-based start-up Dynamic Infrastructure. The company is implementing what it claims is the world’s first deep learning solution, which creates visual ‘medical records’ for critical assets such as bridges and tunnels and their defects, allowing operators and owners to claim control over future risks and unexpected maintenance events. During his tenure in the top position at the MDTA, Kevin led the construction, management, operation and improvement of the tolled transportation network of the state.

Kevin brings with him over 25 years of experience in public policy, legislative affairs and project and programme management. During these years, he conducted detailed research and analysis and supported integrated programme management, planning and budgeting. He also served as Chief of Staff for Congressman Andy Harris. As part of this role, he planned, budgeted and executed Harris’s legislative, policy, communications, outreach and constituent service requirements. Primary legislative responsibilities included foreign policy and relations, aviation, labour, homeland security and emergency management.

“Kevin Reigrut’s addition to the board is a vote of confidence in our company and its unique product,” said Saar Dickman, Co-Founder and CEO of Dynamic Infrastructure.

“I am proud to join Dynamic Infrastructure’s board of advisors. Dynamic Infrastructure’s revolutionary artificial intelligence-based solution can lead to huge savings for departments of transportation and private infrastructure companies in maintenance costs, freeing up much-needed resources to repair and improve our ageing infrastructure,” said Kevin.

Dynamic Infrastructure is already conducting projects in the USA, Germany, Switzerland, Greece and Israel with different transportation infrastructure stakeholders. The company’s clients operate a total of 30,000 assets, ranging from departments of transportation to public-private partnerships (PPPs) and private companies.

The Dynamic Infrastructure technology provides live cloud-based analysis of the bridge or tunnel and automatically alerts when changes are detected in maintenance and operation conditions before defects evolve into large-scale failures. Dynamic Infrastructure’s service quickly creates ‘medical records’ for every bridge, tunnel and elevated highway based on existing images taken through periodic condition inspections, including images from smartphones, drones and laser scanning. The proprietary technology compares old and archived images to new ones, detecting maintenance and operation issues, defects and anomalies. As with MRI for humans, the ‘medical records’ serve as the basis for the alerts on changes in meaningful maintenance conditions. The diagnostics can be easily accessed through a simple browser and can be instantly shared with peers and contractors to speed-up maintenance workflows and increase return on investment.