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01  /   The Start

Climbing robots scaling challenging jobs

Wall-climbing robots, technology controlled by thought, 360-degree view cameras… Invert Robotics is a Christchurch-based company commercialising robotics technology developed at the University of Canterbury.  Its  wall climbing robots are used as remote  inspection devices in industrial settings, such as large dairy storage tanks.

The company was formed in 2010 and received its first angel investment in 2012, led by Powerhouse Ventures and including NZVIF.  


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01  /  The Future

Commercialising robotics technology developed at the University of Canterbury

The investment has enabled the company to further refine its technology, and develop relationships with major companies in the dairy sector.  

It is also looking at industries such as petrochemicals which have large storage tanks and silos needing inspection.