RedZone Robotics, Inc. simplifies wastewater management by providing our clients with world class robotic pipe inspection technologies and sophisticated data analysis software. Our solutions deliver the truly useful information that is required to make better decisions while reducing spending and negative environmental impact. Wastewater management is of critical environmental importance to the world’s urban areas. The EPA estimates that U.S. investments in wastewater will need to increase by over $150 billion over the next two decades to maintain current service levels if new spending and operations practices are not adopted.
Simplifying Wastewater Asset Management
At RedZone we believe that managing assets comes down to managing data. Too frequently in water and wastewater, critical assets are managed without the information required to ensure optimal decision making. Using proprietary data acquisition robotics and industry leading ICOM3 software, RedZone helps owners and engineers get the information they need to comply with regulatory requirements; spend limited funds wisely, save money and the environment.
Benefits of Working with RedZone
With inspection technologies that are faster than conventional methods, you get the core information required to facilitate understanding and planning sooner.
RedZone condition assessment tools are more cost-effective than the alternatives. Once you start understanding your system comprehensively, you are able to eliminate unnecessary activities and better prioritize your repairs and renewal efforts.
Since regulators tend to come down hard on owner-operators who can’t prove that they are doing the right thing, the system-level approach by RedZone and baseline level data is used to facilitate regulatory reporting and increase transparency to local and federal level regulators.
Save the Environment
Pinpointing priorities and inspecting your system on a more timely cycle will give you the information needed to help avoid CSOs, SSOs, and needless construction.
The worldwide wastewater industry is plagued by a massive information deficit.
Vital decisions are made regularly with incomplete information.
At RedZone we help people, cities and the environment by giving wastewater managers the information and tools they need to make fact based decisions on how to spend limited funds
Wastewater owner-operators have long been hampered by a challenging information deficit. The conventional reactive approach has resulted in critical tasks such as rate study analysis, long term capital planning and near-term operations and maintenance planning being conducted without a comprehensive understanding of the true state of the collection system. Furthermore, service level expectations are established, rates are widely accepted to be too low and traditional funding sources are limited and drying up. In this environment, surprises resulting from unknown issues can have dire consequences.
Smart Data. Smart Decisions.
At RedZone we help solve the problems that arise from not knowing. With information in hand that has been previously unavailable, owner-operators can make more informed decisions on how to spend limited capital and O&M dollars.
‘Return on Assessment’
RedZone provides turnkey solutions that both help acquire information that has always been desired and then also make that information easy to use. This data oriented approach enables asset owners to be proactive in their asset management and execute projects based on complete sets of information.
RedZone solutions and products provide unprecedented amounts of information and access to data that are proven to provide a return-on-investment, or more specifically, a ‘return on assessment’.
1987 RedZone founded with a commercial focus on condition assessment robots in support of mining, nuclear and other industries.
2004 Working with City of Pittsburgh, company invents Responder platform to investigate large pipes and conducts the first MSI Multi Sensor Inspections in the industry. The Company subsequently commits to focus exclusively on wastewater solutions.
2009 The company acquires ICOM3 software company, positioning for leadership in the space of wastewater asset management.
2009 RedZone completes successful commercial launch of SOLO autonomous inspection robot. The unmanned, autonomous SOLO represents a global, industry first
2010 RedZone’s SOLO identified by Popular Science as one of top new technologies to help transform America’s crumbling infrastructure
2011 The company completes a milestone acquisition of CleanFlow systems out of New Zealand, its largest competitor, which also opens up the global market and creates a clear-cut global market leader in large-pipe condition assessment.
2011 RedZone commercially introduces the revolutionary Y.E.S. Your Entire System Program
2012 RedZone brings ABS Capital and FourWinds as investment partners.
2013 The company introduces a new MSI Platform to scale the synchronized solution set of laser, sonar and CCTV down to 15” pipes.
2014 RedZone announces strategic partnership with Oracle corporation. The alliance creates a co-branding of the Y.E.S. Program that both companies will market to large municipalities, agencies and authorities.
2014 The Company signs on a national network of high end rep firms to create nation-wide US sales coverage for the purpose of promoting the market leading solutions and products.