Industrial hazards

Dutch developer of robotics for hazardous environments, ExRobotics has signed an agreement with Japanese industrial automation company, Yokogawa Electric Corporation for the global sale and deployment of its inspection robot hardware and software... Read more

A groundbreaking new product could provide fast and effective leak detection for decommissioned oil and gas platforms in the North Sea. A collaboration between the Heriot-Watt University and the Oil & Gas Innovation Centre, with Sentinel Subsea... Read more

New Zealand’s Invert Robotics, the developer of the world’s first non-magnetic, climbing inspection robot for hazardous environments, has secured an investment agreement of US$8.8million (€7.7-million) to expand its business in Europe and worldwide.. Read more

When Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD79, the citizens of Pompeii were not prepared for the devastation that followed. Now, the Italian authorities continue to prepare for the next eruption from one of the most dangerous active volcanoes in the world... Read more

  • ExRobotics & Yokogawa partner for robots in hazardous environments

  • Smoke alarm of the sea

  • Designing for hazardous environments