We are revolutionising inspection at llwerke vkw's hydropower plant in the Austrian Alps.
By automating inspection tasks the energy provider can save on travel expenses and monitor the plant constantly, especially in winter months, when storms might shut mountain roads, making the plant inaccessible.
We are driving innovation in the energy sector by deploying autonomous robots in E.DIS's remote substations and delivering actionable information directly to engineers, thus saving travel time and effectively keeping a watch on critical equipment through frequent inspection rounds.go to case study
The number of substations have been growing steadily with the increase in renewable energy production. Customers can easily and reliably inspect substations in all corners of their distribution network by scaling the number of robots in their fleet.AUTONOMOUS INSPECTION AT SUBSTATIONS→
Prevent leakage of harmful gases like SF6 and increase uptime of critical equipment such as transformers and circuit breakers through early detection of leaks and anomalies by robots equipped with advanced sensors and AI driven skills.ACTIONABLE INFORMATION AT YOUR FINGERTIPS→
Given the expansive scope of inspections, energy producers and distributors need a mixed fleet of specialist robots that are tailored to these conditions. We provide a single robot-agnostic interface to manage such a mixed fleet of different robots.LEARN WHY A MIXED FLEET IS NECESSARY→
Equip robot fleets with use-case specific machine vision and AI applications developed by experts. We offer an open platform where the most advanced AI applications developed by 3rd party vendors and in-house developers can be installed on robot fleets.EXPLORE SKILL STORE→
The founding principle of Energy Robotics is to use autonomous robotics for a better tomorrow. Autonomous robotic inspection helps industries become more sustainable through increased safety standards, early gas leak detection, reduction in commutes to industrial sites and a whole lot more.HOW WE CONTRIBUTE→
Manual inspection costs have been on the rise due to a demographic crisis in many parts of the world that has led to a shortage of engineers and operators. By onboarding robotic inspection, industries can reduce their inspection costs by half.READ HOW ROBOTS ARE REDUCING COSTS AND PLUGGING WORKFORCE GAPS→
"We have successfully tested and are pleased with the various functionalities provided by Energy Robotics, including general inspection of substation technology through reading analog measuring instruments; monitoring basic safety issues; and transmitting data securely."