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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Our robots deployed in FEMA search & rescue training

The mission of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) “is helping people before, during, and after disasters.” To meet its objectives, FEMA provides world-class training and education for first responders, emergency managers, and community members. Several Squishy Robotics team members were invited to participate in a regional training session with FEMA US&R CA-TF 3.
COO Deniz Dogruer, Lead Mechatronics Engineer Douglas Hutchings, and interns Kingston Chua, Jiaqi (Harold) Lian, and Oliver Parkin—as well as a few of the company’s sensor robots—joined more than three dozen Bay Area first responders in a hands-on FEMA confined space training exercise held earlier this year.

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Squishy Robotics wins NIST communications testing award

“The communication of time-critical, life-saving data to first responders consists of both the reliable transmission of data—a task that often must be performed in less-than-ideal situations—as well as the presentation of data in a way that is easily digestible and actionable,” said Squishy Robotics COO Deniz Dogruer. Squishy Robotics sensor robots and associated software need to excel at both to better ensure the safety of the first responders that employ our products. “This grant will help our company to improve product communications as well as to conduct significant user experience testing that we believe will result in important first responder-recommended product improvements.”

Squishy Robotics has recently begun a year of testing communications equipment, protocols, and software, which is funded by a NIST PSCR grant award. The Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) Division of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a federal laboratory that focuses on evaluation of and improvements for public safety communications technologies. NIST is a non-regulatory agency under the U.S. Department of Commerce that develops standards that apply to various industries.

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