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Our robots have been used for international research projects since 2012. In contact with leading scientists, we are already developing the next robot generation and the one after that.

MiningRoX project

TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Saxony

Groundbreaking research and development projects – an example

Heros, pioneer underground

In the Mining RoX project, the Innok HEROS explores another frontier for autonomous robots: underground mines. Heat and humidity make mines a stressful work environment for people. Here, robots reduce mining costs, since expensive air conditioning is unnecessary in unmanned operation. Safety: In the event of a disaster, rescue robots help to find missing personnel. Mines operated by robots alone would not endanger human lives at all.

The photos above show a customized version of the Innok HEROS 444 with four-wheel drive. It is equipped with a robotic arm, 2 laser scanners, cameras and 2 Intel Core-i7 PCs. The robot is used in the research project of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg to explore mines and to grip and manipulate objects there. Learn more >



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