Dialexa emerged from stealth mode at TechCrunch Disrupt after two years of building innovative technology products for venture-backed startups, major corporations, and governments. Dialexa is also incubating its own ideas as part of Dialexa Labs and plans to launch several new products over the course of the year.
One internal project Dialexa debuted at TechCrunch Disrupt has caught the attention of many including journalists and oil and gas executives. This product is a solution using autonomous robots and systems to help authorities monitor the coast line and detect theft in real-time. A part of the solution Dialexa has designed includes unmanned aerial drones and unmanned mini-submarines that will aid in capturing data under water, detecting any unusual patterns and beaming that data to a aerial drone that will capture the activity above water. All the data feeds into a centralized command center that would allow the authorities, on a real-time basis to investigate and remedy potential threats by deploying crew immediately as soon as they detect a threat. A solution like this is very well suited for a country like Nigeria, for example, that loses approximately $6 billion in revenue from oil theft every year and the Nigerian Coast Guard does not have enough manpower to conduct surveillance across its entire shoreline.
The solution has captured the attention of many in the oil and gas industry who have considered pulling out of oil exploration and exportation in certain parts of the world due to the unmanageable problems oil theft causes. Dialexa hopes that the solution could be applied within the U.S. to help companies like Chevron, Shell, ExxonMobil, and BP along with the U.S. Coast Guard and Homeland Security to ward off threats to both our border and coastal lines.
This is one of the many projects Dialexa is developing in-house. Many of these projects will remain in stealth mode but some of the projects can be viewed under the Dialexa Labs tab on the company’s website. The company will continue to build innovative technology products for other companies and governments. Currently, the company has been recruited to help explore and implement projects ranging from the use of plug-and-play wireless sensors networks to creating a logistics and transportation system using complex algorithm development to creating native and hybrid mobile applications.
At TechCrunch Disrupt, Dialexa was interviewed by Kyle Sandler of popular startup news website Nibletz. For more information on Dialexa at TechCrunch Disrupt and to watch the interview with co-founder and co-CEO of Dialexa Mark Haidar on Nibletz, go to "No Really Dialexa Is the Most Bad Ass Startup in Dallas".