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- RedZone Featured in Article on VentureBeat
- New Inspection Platform for 15″-36″ Multi-Sensor Inspection of Trunks and Interceptors Released
- Market Leader RedZone Robotics Taps Public Company Executive to Drive Continued Growth
- EPA Field Demonstration of Condition Assessment Technologies for Wastewater Collection Systems
- Robots Explore City Sewers
RedZone Robotics simplifies wastewater management by providing world-class robotic inspection technologies and sophisticated data-analysis software.
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Dirty Business: Robots roam the sewer network January 22, 2013 Ciara Byrne Autonomous roving robots may be coming to a sewer near you. RedZone Robotics just launched a new robot to inspect mid-sized sewage pipes for corrosion, deformation and debris in order to …
After several years of collecting high quality multi-sensor data in 36″ and larger sewer pipes, RedZone is now releasing a smaller version of the technology designed for 15″-36″ pipes. Like 36″ and larger trunks and interceptors, this 15″-36″ range of …
Founder Eric Close Moves to Board as Mike Lach, Formerly of NeuStar, Inc. Becomes CEO PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, October 19, 2012 — RedZone Robotics. (“RedZone” or the “Company”), a designer and manufacturer of wastewater inspection technologies and related analytical solutions for …
“The laser data revealed and quantified corrosion above the water line that the conventional CCTV did not. Seven of the eighteen segments had maximum corrosion depths of greater than 1.0-in. For areas below the water surface, the sonar data provided …
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Neighborhoodnewspapers.com By Mary Hood firstname.lastname@example.org When it comes to water quality, being proactive in monitoring and maintenance is crucial. Both Fayette and Henry counties have protocol, policies and initiatives that keep crews working each day to save the county and …
In several weeks, camera-armed robots will begin methodically working their way through Peachtree City sewer pipes, providing video evidence of each pipe’s status.
Trenchless Technology – February 2012
February 23, 2012 – Pittsburgh Business Times highlights RedZone’s latest investments from Waste Resources Management Fund, L.P. and Smithfield Trust Company.
Press Release – Waste Resources Fund L.P. and Smithfield Trust Company Attracted to Combination of World-Class Robotic Inspection Technologies and Sophisticated Data-Analysis Software Enabling Customers to Make Better Decisions PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA – February 23, 2012 – RedZone Robotics, Inc. (“RedZone” …