Innovation in Robotics Fuelled Data Collection and Intelligence

Unmanned Solutions and Bespoke Payload Integrations

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What We Do

At Robotics Centre we are committed to providing our clients with high quality custom unmanned system solutions and counter-system solutions to meet their needs and challenges.

Our focus is on best of breed robotics combined with Robotics Centre developed bespoke payload integrations.

Our goal at Robotics Centre is to not only enhance our clients’ bottom line through increased capabilities, efficiency, and productivity, but to also increase our clients’ safety and security in demanding and high-risk environments.

With a global team, Robotics Centre is there to ensure all solutions are delivered with the right amount of training and handover; whether it be a one-day tutorial or a four-week intensive training program.

Not sure how you can benefit from unmanned solutions? Robotics Centre can assist in unmanned system program feasibility, design, and implementation within government and industrial processes.

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Where We Focus

Mining

Automated technology has the ability to significantly diminish the cost associated with mining operations. The use of unmanned systems is a key aspect of such automation. LEARN MORE

Oil & Gas

Emerging technologies in unmanned systems are providing the necessary potential towards the digital transformation of the oil and gas industry, to improve operations by reducing downtime and risk, and increasing safety, speed and efficiency. LEARN MORE

Defence &
Security

With unmanned systems and their payloads becoming increasingly sophisticated, reliable, miniaturized, and modular, these unmanned systems are increasingly being utilized for military and law enforcement purposes. LEARN MORE

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Our Solutions

deeptrekker pipecrawler

Robotics Centre | ECHO

Fully integrated low SWaP-C package for the automatic surveying and emulation of real mobile phone networks. 

FLIR | SkyRanger R70

FLIR’s next-generation SkyRanger establishes a new benchmark for small UAS performance and reliability.

deeptrekker pipecrawler

DeepTrekker | Pipe Crawler

A fully submersible and battery-operated pipe crawler makes an ideal drone for professional pipe inspections.

deeptrekker rov

DeepTrekker | Revolution

Mission-ready remotely operated vehicle with greater payload capabilities, deeper depths, and advanced stabilization.

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Case Studies

Mining Case Study

Mining Case Study

Nevada, USA, contains some of the world’s largest gold mining operations in the world, relying on the Sublevel Stoping Mining Method for ore body extraction. Traditional Cavity Monitoring Systems (CMS) in standard mining operations leave a lot to be desired in terms of complete 3D imaging in dangerous and inaccessible cavities. Traditional CMS technologies are boom-mounted and simply extended into cavities, often missing crucial information. The effects of data gaps are not only financial but can lead to loss of life. As a solution Robotics Centre introduces surveyors to robotic fuelled data collection in the form of GPS-denied autonomous (no pilot) UAVs designed for data collection in dark, dangerous, and inaccessible cavities.

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Oil and Gas Case Study

Oil and Gas Case Study

Saudi Arabia is home to the world’s largest and most valuable oil and gas companies. With such a scale, the ability to inspect and maintain the many thousands of oil and gas infrastructure assets (e.g. storage tanks, flare stacks, and etc.) has been an equally enormous challenge, especially as infrastructure begins to age. Traditional means of inspection require extremely large timelines, pose a serious risk to inspectors, and are very costly. As a solution, Robotics Centre introduces engineers to robotic fuelled data collection in the form of automatic high-quality imagery collection through UAVs equipped with high-level zoom cameras and the potential for intelligent imagery processing with AI for specific infrastructure degradation (e.g. rust).

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Defence and Security Case Study

Defence and Security Case Study

The recent legalization of Cannabis in Canada has caused an explosion of growers and producers. As production moves to large outdoor fields, the ability for Canadian Inspectors to effectively and efficiently perform their duties is challenged, simply due to scale. Moreover, as producers vary widely (large facilities, industrial, and even residences), inspections occur where information about a site is not readily available, leaving inspectors open to personal safety and security risks. As a solution Robotics Centre introduces inspectors to both agricultural and security-based robotic fuelled data collection and offers consultation with a focus on unmanned system program feasibility, design, and implementation within the Government of Canada processes.

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Mining

Nevada, USA, contains some of the world’s largest gold mining operations in the world, relying on the Sublevel Stoping Mining Method for ore body extraction. Traditional Cavity Monitoring Systems (CMS) in standard mining operations leave a lot to be desired in terms of complete 3D imaging in dangerous and inaccessible cavities. Traditional CMS technologies are boom-mounted and simply extended into cavities, often missing crucial information. The effects of data gaps are not only financial but can lead to loss of life. As a solution Robotics Centre introduces surveyors to robotic fuelled data collection in the form of GPS-denied autonomous (no pilot) UAVs designed for data collection in dark, dangerous, and inaccessible cavities.

Read Case Study

Oil & Gas

Saudi Arabia is home to the world’s largest and most valuable oil and gas companies. With such a scale, the ability to inspect and maintain the many thousands of oil and gas infrastructure assets (e.g. storage tanks, flare stacks, and etc.) has been an equally enormous challenge, especially as infrastructure begins to age. Traditional means of inspection require extremely large timelines, pose a serious risk to inspectors, and are very costly. As a solution, Robotics Centre introduces engineers to robotic fuelled data collection in the form of automatic high-quality imagery collection through UAVs equipped with high-level zoom cameras and the potential for intelligent imagery processing with AI for specific infrastructure degradation (e.g. rust).

Read Case Study

defence & security

Defence & Security

The recent legalization of Cannabis in Canada has caused an explosion of growers and producers. As production moves to large outdoor fields, the ability for Canadian Inspectors to effectively and efficiently perform their duties is challenged, simply due to scale. Moreover, as producers vary widely (large facilities, industrial, and even residences), inspections occur where information about a site is not readily available, leaving inspectors open to personal safety and security risks. As a solution Robotics Centre introduces inspectors to both agricultural and security-based robotic fuelled data collection and offers consultation with a focus on unmanned system program feasibility, design, and implementation within the Government of Canada processes.

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