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Azenzus Vision is an online platform that provides access to information from drones and satellite images for visual data analysis.

  • Azenzus Vision is used for independent analysis, verification and assessment of damage within the framework of the project “Russia will pay” ( together with the Kyiv School of Economics (KSE) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) – currently this cooperation is scaled to more than 500 settlements affected by the war.
  • Azenzus Vision platform allows you to monitor the progress of the reconstruction using data from drones or photos taken directly on the sites using a mobile application. All data is available on the online platform, in interactive dashboards and reports (need for building materials, quality control and speed of work performed by contractors, etc.).
  • Construction companies, contractors and subcontractors can gain additional information about terrain, destruction, infrastructure and more with easy access to visual data from drones and satellite images in Azenzus Vision.

The problem of the reconstruction of Ukraine is a challenge to the whole world. For Azenzus Vision, building trust between donor companies and companies within Ukraine is key to the success of this project. That’s why we are insisting on providing proof of the progress made in reconstruction enabling companies to make quick and easy decisions regarding condition assessment and asset management. It is important not only for donors but also for local communities that need to see their settlements rebuilt.

Our platform can be used as a digital monitoring system that allows you to store, view and analyze photos. Azenzus Vision makes it possible to check what is happening on-site and get answers from people who are directly involved in the reconstruction process in Ukraine:

  • Cities/communities can monitor the progress of the reconstruction
  • Humanitarian funds can plan and control that funds are being used effectively
  • Banks/creditors can monitor the use of funds and receive independent verification
  • Construction companies can conduct preliminary evaluations, generate estimates and report on the progress of the work

In order to create a transparent and open environment for all stakeholders, we provide them with all the data they need: interactive infographics and reports allow you to track the process of data collection and analysis in settlements throughout Ukraine.

Project Progress

Number of Buildings
M2 buildings

Project Overview

The project was undertaken by the Kyiv School of Economics (KSE) in late February 2022 at the request of the President’s Office and the Ministry of Economy. It’s aim is to Inspect ► Review ► Assess ► Report war damage to public, civilian and business property.

Plan digitization of war damages

  • Plan data acquisition
  • Define standard and data collection requirements
  • Collect pre-war conditions via satellite images

Collect image data of war damages

  • Manage data collection
  • Collaborate with local teams for data acquisition
  • Control image quality

AI detecting and classification of war damages

  • Use Geographic Information System (GIS) and other data sources to enrich the data
  • Use AI and local annotators to identify war damages
  • Workflows for QA and verification of identified damages

War damage reporting

  • Central database of war damages backed by images to prove the war damage
  • Public interactive dashboards to navigate over data
  • Tailored analytics and reporting for different use cases
Jeppe Kofod

Will Denmark help to rebuild Ukraine? Zelensky asked me this question in Kyiv. My answer – and Denmark’s answer – is of course: Yes! The first Danish diggers are already on the way. Ukraine can count on Denmark and the Danes.

Ihor Zhovkva

I would like to express words of sincere gratitude to Denmark for the leadership in restoring and rebuilding the territories of Ukraine that suffered destruction as a result of Russia’s aggression. We appreciate that Denmark was one of the first to respond to the initiative of the President of Ukraine on patronage by international partners and will be involved in the restoration of the city of Mykolaiv.

Mette Frederiksen, Socialdemokratiet. Beskæftigelsesminister.

We will take on a very special responsibility in this reconstruction. The time for reconstruction is coming, but we are getting ready now. On the same day I was in Kyiv, we started preparing to send construction machinery from Denmark to

Mette Frederiksen


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