Defuzzy Labs, a robotics company in the UAE, collaborated with SubUAS to demonstrate its robotics fleet management solution and shed light on the future of offshore inspections.
he demonstration featured the Sharjah-based operator instructing a drone fleet to perform an inspection from over 11,000 kilometres away, alongside the SubUAS team based in New Jersey, USA.
This solution enables Defuzzy to integrate robots of various makes, models, and forms into the fleet and control them. The cloud services aim to further help enhance remote monitoring solutions and complete accurate robotic inspections.
During the demonstration, Defuzzy engineers stationed in Sharjah, UAE, displayed their ability to monitor and command multiple drones located in New Jersey, USA. The fleet management solution automatically planned a mission and assigned it to the available drone in the background, after which the operator was seen monitoring the fleet’s status and the live video stream of the inspection routine.
Adnane ElSoussi, CEO & Co-founder, Defuzzy, stated on the occasion:
A robotic fleet management solution eliminates many challenges associated with inspections of offshore facilities, such as adverse weather and harsh operational conditions, limited and poor communication, availability of multi-talented inspectors, difficulty to access spaces requiring special tooling and equipment, high risk operational environment, and lastly, high operational costs