Our specialized robots gather the most robust data about system condition, and our proprietary software delivers clear, detailed reports that identify what’s critical, today and for the future.
The city of Fort Worth, Texas needed to assess the condition of more than 260 miles of large-diameter interceptor sewers so it could determine which ones most urgently needed to be repaired or replaced.
RedZone Robotics used a combination of high definition CCTV, sonar, and laser technology to create a three-dimensional model of the pipeline, making it possible to repair, clean, or replace only those segments in the worst condition, instead of the entire interceptor system.
RedZone serves customers around the globe, spanning large and small municipalities and agencies, as well as regional and national engineering firms.Connect with Your Regional RedZone Representative
A city with 200,000 ft of pipeline undertaking their first “inspect-to-clean” project would save $100,000.
A study of 7 cities (a 2 million foot data set) found only 20% of systems were significantly obstructed and 75% of pipes require no cleaning.
Our leading-edge products collect all the data for your system and provide the asset management, decision-support software to make that data useful.
ICOM® provides integrated inspection, maintenance and asset management solutions for advanced planning and prioritizing of inspection, maintenance, and refurbishment activities.
RedZone’s advanced pipeline assessment technology provides organizations with the knowledge and decision-making capabilities to successfully and proactively manage a collection system.
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, the water resources department will want to renew the contract to use the robots across the city's sewers.Read More