RedZone Robotics is proud to celebrate the accomplishments of our field crews and projects in conjunction with key partners in our industry. These projects have been chosen to share the challenges that system owners face and the capabilities of RedZone’s technologies. Today’s post focuses on, long–term, long range inspection success in King County, Washington. King […]
Accurately assessing large-diameter, underground infrastructure was historically a dangerous job left to those game enough to trudge through the sewer or float down on a surfboard with their rock hammer, cover meter, or measuring bar in tow. With the increased logistics and requirements around health and safety, high-risk manned entry inspections have increased in cost […]
While routine CCTV investigation is a beneficial tool for subjective analysis, it can be difficult to quantify and measure remaining useful life from a video image. Failure is not an option for large diameter pipes, so any inspection data must be useful. Laser sensors provide the foundation for a proper, preventative condition assessment. What’s the Difference? […]
The varying conditions within a pipeline play a crucial, and often limiting, role during CCTV inspections. The biggest effect on quality CCTV? Flow levels. A CCTV camera provides little useful data when used underwater. So how do you get the most accurate and valuable data when assessing pipes with flow? Hint: Sonar inspections. Assessing pipes […]
Some of the most critical pieces of infrastructure are large diameter pipes as these linear assets carry large amounts of flow and sewage to treatment facilities. Failure is not an option, so organizations must perform their due diligence regarding the current state of the infrastructure. This includes an analysis of the condition, shape and size […]
LiDAR inspections offer accurate and informative data with several advantages over traditional CCTV inspection. Selecting LiDAR inspection technology can provide organizations with an advanced assessment of their pipes and more in-depth decision-making tools.
Inspecting large diameter pipe with multi-sensor inspection tools like Responder takes the guess work out of inspections and repairs.
In recent weeks, RedZone Robotics has begun inspecting the Pohick Stream Valley as part of ongoing inspections throughout Fairfax County, Virginia. RedZone will use closed circuit television cameras, along with laser and sonar tools to inspect Fairfax County’s wastewater management system. The system is made up of 3,000 miles of pipe that RedZone’s MSI robot […]
St. Petersburg City Council to decide on the RedZone as a service to assess aging infrastructure. Solo robots identified as a rapid data collection tool to inspect one-fifth of the city’s pipes, about 750,000 feet of pipe. Upon the success of the pilot, senior waters resources manager over the wastewater system Lisa Rhea, said water […]
RedZone Robotics is excited to announce the opening of its new headquarters. The new space will provide expanded office and manufacturing space for the company’s efforts in supplying industry leading wastewater asset management solutions. The new location, at 195 Thorn Hill Road in Warrendale, PA, sits in The Heights at Thorn Hill. It includes 30,000 […]