Roboxi autonomously deters birds, identifies runway debris, monitors the condition of the runway surface and detects faulty light bulbs – all at the same time.
The Roboxi robot’s modular design allows for the simultaneous deployment of multiple pieces of technology – all of which can be specifically adapted to the airport’s requirements.
The various components run in parallel, significantly reducing the cost and time associated with manual runway inspections and maintenance.
All operational data is delivered to a secure cloud storage point, giving airports access to a digital database of accurate intelligence to help further increase operational efficiency.
The Roboxi operation is managed from a single command center through wireless communication. In practice, one command center can control Roboxi operations at all airports in Norway. By utilizing state-of-the-art AI technology, Roboxi solves numerous runway challenges simultaneously:
FOD DETECTION & REMOVAL
FOD (Foreign Object Debris) on the runway causes billions of USD worth of damage to commercial airlines annually.
Roboxi uses AI technology to autonomously scan for and remove FOD from the runway.
The aviation industry is in a revolutionary phase with an increased focus on automation, robotics, autonomous systems, and data analysis. Roboxi is your reliable partner, offering effective solutions to help airport owners navigate this challenging landscape. Our services, including APIs, facilitate efficient data collection and optimal utilization of this data, enabling integration with existing systems and digitalization of the entire work process. Initially, this involves inspection, maintenance, and safety-enhancing measures on the airside of airports. With Roboxi, you can transform your business and take a step into the future.
In order to maximize runway capacity, time is of the essence. Roboxi’s autonomous technology significantly speeds up runway maintenance by removing the need for time consuming manual inspections.
Runway maintenance is optimized through the autonomous removal of FOD and wildlife; reducing dependency on manual labour and minimizing the risk of costly damage to aircraft.
The fully electric Roboxi reduces the airport’s carbon footprint and limits manual inspections in vehicles. Roboxi’s operational data can also help forecast operational needs and identify ways to further improve ESG.
Roboxi’s autonomous technology reduces the risk of damage to aircraft on the runway and improves HSE by limiting the need for manual runway inspections.
Our finance and development partner Avinor is responsible for 44 state-owned airports and the civil aviation safety service in Norway. Through our collaboration with the dedicated Avinor team we’re able to to benefit from their unrivalled expertise and research.
We have a strong relationship with Innovasjon Norge who provide us with funding as well as advice relating to international expansion and growth capital.
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