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Robotics Business Review Recognizes ULC Technologies as a Leader in Robotics Innovation

ULC Technologies is a recipient of the 2021 RBR50 award in the Application & Market Innovation class for utilities. Specifically, the award highlights ULC’s work with the Robotic Roadworks & Excavation System (RRES), a collaborative innovation project in partnership with UK gas network, SGN.

“I am thrilled to see ULC and our work with RRES recognized by the RBR50 awards,” said Ali Asmari, RRES engineering lead and head of AI and machine Learning. “We’re excited for the future of this system and are looking forward to expanding its use cases in different industries.”

For over a decade, Robotics Business Review’s RBR50 Robotics Innovation Awards have highlighted the most creative and influential innovations from around the world that have advanced the state of robotics. This is the fifth year that ULC has been awarded.

“For the robotics sector, the role, importance, and impact of innovation has never been greater,” said Dan Kara, vice president of robotics at WTWH Media. “With this year’s RBR50 Robotics Innovation Awards, Robotics Business Review highlights those critical innovations, and the organizations responsible for them, that will spur the development of new robotics solutions and drive robotics adoption forward.”

“It is an honor to be included in the RBR50 awards alongside so many influential and forward-thinking companies,” said Rob Kodadek, president of ULC Businesses. “I’m proud of our world class engineering team and our partners at SGN for their ongoing commitment to pushing the boundaries of what’s possible.”

Check out the full 2021 RBR50 list here: 2021 RBR50 Robotics Innovation Award Honorees – Robotics Business Review

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ULC Robotics is a leader in developing and deploying innovative robotic technology and processes that help pipeline operators and energy companies repair, inspect and assess their infrastructure. Our team of engineers, machinists, project managers, field technicians and support staff work daily to find solutions to challenging energy industry problems.

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