Squishy Robotics is featured in video about green jobs that combat climate change.

Life-saving, cost-saving information in real time.

When every second counts... You need our robots.

We provide sensor robots that can be air-deployed into hazardous areas to furnish persistent, ground-level, real-time data for your operations.

Impact Resistant

Repeated airdrops from drones, helicopters, and fixed-wing aircraft. Deployed from heights of up to 1,000 feet.

Customizable Sensor Platform

Customizable to meet your needs. Standard 4-gas sensor combination (CO, H2S, LEL, O2), 6 cameras and GPS.

Mesh Capability

Robots bring their own network. Payloads mesh network eliminating the reliance on an existing communications infrastructure.

Robust Vision

Standard payload comes with six video cameras that provide 360-degree visibility in targeted area.

Our innovative technology solutions improve situational awareness for data-driven decision making while reducing human risk and exposure.

Real-time data for swift, nimble, and accurate decision making

Improve situational awareness when and where you need it.

Photo of Squishy Robot in a simulated earthquake disaster


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Robots withstand detonation and flammability testing

Southern Manatee Fire & Rescue (SMFR), a Squishy Robotics pilot partner since 2020, is well-known within the fire service for being a leader in the integration of new technologies for HazMat response. Such technologies must be safe to operate in even the most extreme of environments.

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Squishy Robotics featured in NASA publication

With the tag line, “there’s more space in your life than you think,” Spinoff profiles technologies that got their start because of NASA investment and support.  In Spherical Robots to the Rescue, the publication explains how NASA Early Stage Innovations (ESI) funding for spherical robots that could explore planetary and lunar surfaces led to disaster response tensegrity robots that provide situational awareness to first responders on Earth.

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