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RedZone Robotics
RedZone Robotics, Inc. designs and manufactures wastewater inspection technologies and services for municipalities, contractors, and engineering companies in North America. It offers robotics, sensors, and data management solutions.

The company’s solutions include Responder, a robotic platform for critical wastewater infrastructure applications; 3D spinning laser and gyroscopic technologies that produce accurate pipe graphs and images to assess pipe infrastructure; and multi-sensor inspection service that delivers a 3D digital representation of wastewater pipes to the desktop.

It also provides sensor technologies, including sonar that provides location and volume of sediment and debris by measuring the inside pipe diameter and comparing to the as-built diameter; 3D laser, which measures pipe inside diameter with precision; inertial measurement unit that measures location of robot in 3D space; H2S gas analyzer and temperature, which measures hydrogen sulfide gas and temperature; and CCTV pipe inspection that measures visual defects.

In addition, the company offers sewer asset management solutions, as well as sewer inspection, pipe rehabilitation, environmental engineering, and water/wastewater services. It serves customers in Baltimore, Maryland; Charlotte, North Carolina; Detroit, Michigan; Las Vegas, Nevada; Los Angeles, California; and Toronto, Canada. RedZone Robotics, Inc. was founded in 1987 and is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


Contact Info
91 43rd St
Pittsburgh, PA, 15201
United States
Tel: 412.476.8980
Company Leadership

Michael Lach, President & CEO
Dan Yingst, CFO / COO

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