Attend the CITYROVER Live Demo Webinar

Help keep track of issues on your local government roads with the use of CITYROVER, an artificial intelligence application that runs on a smartphone that is mounted on a vehicle’s windshield. Our easy-to-use AI camera combines unmatched image recognition for detecting incidents and infrastructure issue with an intuitive operations dashboard.
Fill out the form and we’ll show you how CITYROVER can transform your local government maintenance activities, while helping to ensure that your infrastructure is well maintained.

Detect issues in real time in your city.

Automate your system process with live data

Plan with confidence using CITYROVER.

Register for the CITYROVER Webinar

Detect issues in real time in your city.

Automate your system process with live data

Plan with confidence using CITYROVER.

CITYROVER continues to rapidly expand!






CITYROVER is highly reviewed by our government and private clients.

“We use CITYROVER as an automatic pothole detection system. It continuously scans the roadway for deficiencies and potholes, take pictures of the potholes and logs them in the cloud, so our crews can then prioritize work and fix potholes faster within the Region.”

Eric Lamain

Maintenance Operations & Fleet Services Manager
Durham Region

“It’s really great because it helps us package all that information up into a form that the crews can then take. We can target a particular neighborhood or a particular corridor. So, it turned out to be an effective tool for us.”

John Lewis,

Public Works Director
Oregon City

”Working with Visual Defence is a fantastic relationship. Right from the start, they’re able to meet our needs, they’re very responsive, the technology is very easy to adapt. It’s extremely organized. They’re a fantastic partnership for a municipality like ours.”

Phong Nguy,

Manager of Contracts, Field Services & Maintenance
City of Windsor

“Having this device capturing the pothole location can save them (inspectors) time from stopping and marking down the location. It also eliminates human error.”

Alice Lam,

Director of Operations
City of Markham

“Leveraging technology in this way helps us to be more efficient as well as provides us metrics. You can’t manage what you don’t measure. I am able to report out regularly how much effort we are putting into asphalt road repair when, in the past, we were only able to say that we were simply just out everyday. Being able to show that we are being productive and knowing that we are actively working to increase our level of service has been a win-win for us.”

Devon Aaroe,

Director of Infrastructure
The Corporation of the City of Dawson Creek