US Software to Evaluate Ukraine War Damage, Optimize Reconstruction

Ukraine and US software company Palantir Technologies have signed an agreement to support the country’s defense and reconstruction amid Russia’s invasion.

The strategic partnership will utilize the company’s software solutions to document and evaluate damage to buildings and infrastructure to optimize their reconstruction.

Digital Reconstruction

According to Palantir, the collaboration aims to coordinate a “digitally-led” reconstruction system and enhance other digital technologies for electronic public services for Ukraine’s defense and recovery.

It will also introduce the government’s digitization, innovation, and integration efforts on the international market, promoting related project implementations with the support of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

“That’s an honor for us to continue developing partnerships with such a top-notch company. Palantir is already making its contribution to Ukraine’s victory by sharing its tools and intelligence,” Ukrainian Digital Transformation Vice Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedoro stated.

“We are excited to proceed with a new stage of cooperation within Ukraine’s recovery. Having a presence on the ground here since during the full-scale invasion also means a lot for the economy and building a new image of Ukraine abroad: bold and digital.”

Palantir in the Ukraine-Russia Conflict

Palantir was among the first Western industry partners to support Ukraine after Russian forces advanced on the country.

The company continues its work and association with counterparts to aid the government in its efforts to recover from the conflict.

“Whether helping brave Ukrainian forces resist Putin’s aggression, supporting the resettlement of their loved ones, or aiding the country’s civil reconstruction, Palantir stands shoulder to shoulder with Ukraine and its people,” Palantir Europe SVP Louis Mosley stated.

Ukrainians fleeing Russian shelling in Irpin
People cross a destroyed bridge as they evacuate the city of Irpin, northwest of Kyiv, during heavy shelling and bombing on March 5, 2022. Photo: Aris Messinis/AFP

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