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.

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Successful communications testing at California National Guard Base

Squishy Robotics COO Dr. Deniz Dogruer said that she and fellow engineers were grateful for the opportunity to perform tests during several days at Camp Roberts. “The testing location presented a unique opportunity to conduct some communications tests that, thus far, had been difficult to conduct.”

Dogruer, along with Lead Mechatronics Engineer Douglas Hutchings and Software Engineer Adam Goldstein, traveled to Camp Roberts, a California National Guard Base near Paso Robles in Southern California in late October. The reason for the journey was to participate in a multi-day Joint Interagency Field Experimentation (JIFX) event.

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Agogino recounts history, looks to future in tensegrity robots speech

Squishy Robotics CEO Dr. Alice Agogino holds up a tensegrity toy (the Skwish) during her talk at IROS. In the photo below, Agogino (c.) poses with two former students, Andrew Sabelhaus (l.) and Edward Zhu (r.), during the conference.
Company CEO Dr. Alice Agogino was one of the invited speakers at the 2023 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) earlier this month. Established in 1988, IROS is the premier flagship conference for the robotics and AI research community. This year’s conference was held in Detroit and attracted approximately 4,000 attendees.

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