4-legged Self-walking Robot
PRIME is a 4-legged self-walking robot that can inspect and repair pipes inside a nuclear power plant, with minimal instruction from human programmers. PRIME is operable in highly radioactive and harsh conditions, thereby replacing the need for human technicians to perform these tasks in dangerous work environments.
PRIME provides cost-efficient, safe, and scalable solution to replace manual human inspections or static sensors at energy power plants.
Nuclear Power Plant Piping Inspection Robot
PYPER has completed more than 20 POC inspections of nuclear power plants in Korea. Currently, this robot is officially in service from 2023 and can accurately inspect the inside of pipes. Robots considering various actual field conditions can be further developed and changed to suit customer needs.
We look forward to meeting more diverse pipes in the future.
Multi-purpose Underwater Robot
ROBSTER is a multi-purpose robot that can perform complex tasks underwater. ROBSTER's autonomous robotic arms can perform highly sophisticated movements similar to human hands.
ROBSTER provides cost-efficient, safe, and scalable solution to replace human divers at construction sites underwater and nuclear power plants.
Multi-purpose 4-Legged Self-Walking Robot
DEXSTER is a 4-legged self-walking robot that can perform complex tasks in harsh, dangerous environment.
DEXSTER is an updated version from PRIME and has upgraded features, such as enhanced walking control algorithm, lightweight design, and improved operating AI system to automatically detect damages.
DEXSTER is a cost-efficient and scalable alternative to manual human inspections at military bases, construction sites, and industrial facilities.