Robot Cleaning News

  • Oceanalpha USV Lands on Time Square and Says ‘Hello’ to the World

    An“Oceanalpha USV says hello to the world” message appeared at the Time Square. Oceanalpha company brings their newest intelligent robotic technology to New York. Oceanalpha is global company which focuses on developing & manufacturing unmanned surface vehicles(USV). They’re offering world-leading USV solutions for water environment sampling& monitoring, hydrographic ...


    By Oceanalpha Co., Ltd.

  • ZenRobotics Delivers Recycling Robots to Singapore

    ZenRobotics Ltd. and V8 Environmental Pte Ltd have agreed on a delivery of robotic waste separation technology to Singapore. The three-armed ZenRobotics Recycler unit will be installed in a new Material Recovery Facility (MRF) that is expected to be operational by the mid of next year.  V8 Environmental is one of Singapore’s leading ...


    By ZenRobotics Ltd.

  • Obama’s Actions to Promote American Entrepreneurship Include Supporting Nanotechnology Industry

    On November 30, 2016, the White House published a blog item, “President Obama’s Top Ten Actions to Accelerate American Entrepreneurship,” and posted a ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • New mini robot sub unveiled at the NOC

    The first robotic microsub capable of being deployed from a robotic surface vehicle was unveiled at the Marine Autonomous and Technology Annual Showcase this November, at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC). This innovative new design, led by Planet Ocean & co-developed by NOC, ASV ltd & The University of Southampton, is around three times smaller than current autonomous underwater ...

  • Southampton becomes the home of ‘Boaty McBoatface’

    A new yellow robot submarine, based at Southampton’s National Oceanography Centre (NOC), has been named Boaty McBoatface by Jo Johnson – Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation. The naming took place alongside the keel-laying ceremony of the UK’s new ...

  • NOC launches new collaborative platform for oil and gas industry

    The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) has today launched a new collaborative way of working with the oil and gas industry. NOC will provide innovative science and technology to enable industry to work safely and efficiently, with minimum impact on the marine environment The launch comes off the back of many years of working with the industry on both an individual and collaborative basis, ...

  • Happy 10th Birthday James Cook

    In August 2006 the Royal Research Ship (RRS) James Cook was delivered to the National Oceanography Centre ready to carry scientists and equipment to some of Earth's most challenging environments, from tropical oceans to the edge of the ice sheets. James Cook plays a significant role in delivering ...

  • UK’s oldest deep-water Marine Protected Area successfully protects coral reefs

    A unique study recently published by scientists from the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and University College Cork shows that deep, cold-water corals are very slow to recover from damage. Therefore deep-water Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) protect vulnerable marine ecosystems most effectively when they are put in place before that damage occurs. This study used data from deep-water robots to ...

  • RoboVent Introduces Space-Saving Dust Collector for Robotic Welding

    Robotic welding facilities can now meet air quality regulations without losing too much floor space. RoboVent, the leading manufacturer of clean air technologies, created RoboVent Spire® to address the needs of robotic welding operations where space is at a ...


    By RoboVent

  • Even robots need clean air - Elmia welding fair

    The biennial Elmia Welding and Joining Technology fair was held from 10th to 13th of May in Jönköping, Sweden. Genano Solutions took part in this huge event for the Nordic welding industry. This year the fair had a record high participation rate with 1700-2000 participants every day during the four-day event. The theme this year was automation and digitalisation of the welding industry. ...


    By Genano Solutions

  • New Pipe Inspection Robot GECKO 9050 Has Been Launched

    The new impressive German-made Pipe Inspection Robot GECKO 9050 is now on the market. This motorized crawler features Kevlar reinforced water- and acid-proof 120 meter long cables with customized lengths up to 150 meters available upon request. The self-levelling, pan-and-tilt camera head is 78mm (3’’) in diameter. ...


    By Medit Inc.

  • Maximize your cooling tower efficiency and save chemicals with Weda

    By using the Weda YT-600 for removal of sedimentation in cooling tower tanks the Weda client has saved on the amount of chemicals needed. An important side-effect has been that the cooling efficiency of the towers have improved considerably. This is probably due to the smaller amount of chemicals and possibly6 also due to imprioved circulating speed of the water. The Weda YT-600 is an easy ...


    By Weda AB

  • Bad Wrap: Inline tools for Condition Assessment of Bar-Wrapped Pipe (BWP)

    Utilities complete condition assessment of bar-wrapped pipe with Smartball®, Pipediver®, and Robotic Platform Tools By the early 1940s, cast iron pipe was losing its historic cachet as the go-to material for new buried infrastructure. Cast iron's replacement ...


    By Pure Technologies

  • Annual Revenue for Drone and Robotics Technologies for Transmission and Distribution Is Expected to Reach $4.1 Billion by 2024

    A new report from Navigant Research examines the market for drone and robotics technologies for transmission and distribution (DRTD), providing an analysis of market issues and global forecasts for revenue, segmented by region and technology, through 2024. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs, or drones) and other robotic technologies are rapidly finding purpose in ...

  • IceTech dry ice blasting solutions at GIFA show in Germany.

    From the 16th to 20th of June 2015 IceTech presented dry ice blasting machines and automated solutions at one of the biggest, worldwide GIFA exhibition in Düsseldorf, Germany. GIFA is the leading trade fair for the foundry industry, which takes place every 4 years. 78,000 international visitors from more than 120 countries were able to discover numerous innovations and new ...


    By IceTech A/S

  • ID-TEC`s multifunctional Sewer Rehabilitation SERIES

    ID-TEC develops new Heavy grinding, milling and cutting equipment for multifunctional Sewer Rehabilitation SERIES. ID-TEC proudly presents their 5th piece of equipment for the Sewer Rehabilitation SERIES base robot, the ...

  • IceTech presents In-Press Mold Cleaner at the Tire Technology Expo 2015

    From 10-12 of February 2015 IceTech presented the automatic cleaning robot at Tire Technology Expo 2015, the leading international exhibition for tire design and production. The three-day show in Cologne, Germany, featured more than 220 exhibitors and a record number of visitors. In Hall 11.1, the international IceTech team from Denmark, Germany, the US and IceTech distributors from Slovakia, ...


    By IceTech A/S

  • Robotics In the Service of Indoor Air Quality Professionals

    When performing professional duct cleaning in hospitals, schools, and government institutions, the quality of cleaning is a primary priority. Robotics Design’s patented ANAT™ technology allows you to excel in jobs where robustness, job length and obstacle avoidance are critical factors. The ANATROLLER mobile robot family, composed of the ANATROLLER ARI-100 and ARI-50 guarantee that ou ...


    By Robotics Design Inc.

  • UK demo at ‘Internet of Things’ Conference

    Jim Mills, Managing Director of Envirologger, a developer of machine to machine (M2M) technology, was recently invited to speak at the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) in Dallas, USA. The ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) was the central theme of the Conference, which sought to identify the potential for wireless ‘smart’ systems in applications as diverse as the remote control of ...


    By Air Monitors Ltd.

  • Robots Saving Labor Costs At Solar Energy Plants

    A team of robots in California is hard at work installing and cleaning 45-pound solar panels. The robot named Spot moves along rows of panels cleaning off the entire months’ worth of dirt and grime, and then dries them off with a squeegee. Cleaning and installing solar panels is monotonous work, and it is rather hot out there all day in the sun. Not to these workers, they are ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

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