RediSurge Announces Sister Company, Robotica
Sunday, April 5th, 2015
Press Release – Redisurge Belize – March 31, 2015 – Redisurge Belize, a company specializing in electrical equipment and LED lighting services, is introducing its sister company Inspection Robotica to the Belize market.
RediSurge Belize is dedicated to find solutions in the electrical area and therefore provide viable solutions to protection of equipment and reduction of energy consumption, with their flagship products which include solar panel installation, LED lighting warrantied for 3 years, TVSS (transient voltage surge suppressors) and inverter style A/C units.
Inspection Robotica specializes in robotic inspection services, such as UAV’s, ROV’s, and Crawlers. These flying, swimming, and crawling robots are used in a variety of applications such as aerial marketing footage, ship hull, and pipeline inspections. “By implementing new technologies we can do very interesting things. For example, by using a UAV we can professionally survey land 10 times faster and at less than half the cost of ground based surveys. With this technology we can also provide detailed 3D imagery and accuracy unimaginable by traditional methods,” stated Jake Brown CAO. Inspection Robotica says that their mission statement is, “To provide superior robotic inspections that eliminate human injury and reduce costs, while gathering more quantitative data”.
Inspection Robotica and RediSurge are both locally Belizean owned with offices also in Panama, Costa Rica, and the USA. For more information on these companies visit inspectionrobotica.com and redisurge.com or call the local representative at 620-2830 and ask for Danny.
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