See Spot Work
Despite Hollywood’s portrayal of robots, Spot isn't here to take human jobs. Instead, it's a loyal companion designed to make work life safer and more fulfilling.
Industrial spaces have long been known for their hazardous, tedious, and difficult tasks, which in turn create inefficiencies and put humans at unnecessary risk. But with Spot by your side, you can now embrace a new era of productivity.
Fueled by our insatiable curiosity and forward-thinking mindset, we quickly recognized Spot's game-changing potential, so we took the leap to bring Spot to life for our customers. No longer bound by mundane, dirty, or dangerous work, you can now focus on work that truly matters in an environment that’s safer, more efficient, and more rewarding.
Don’t be fooled by his adorable demeanor: Spot is well-trained and ready to work. At your command, it brings automation to repetitive and sometimes risky tasks, keeping your team protected and performing at their best.
From inspecting pipelines for gas leaks to monitoring radiation levels, why ask your valuable human resources to do potentially dangerous work? Instead, Spot can safely patrol and inspect these hazardous areas, sending real-time alerts when something’s not right.
Gain valuable insights into your equipment's performance and maintenance needs with Spot's automated thermal inspections and sensor readings. Turn data into actionable insights without manual effort.
Spot becomes a valuable member of your security team, keeping a watchful eye on dangerous areas without putting human guards at risk.
Bid farewell to laborious site mapping processes. Spot autonomously scans your site, frequently uploading data for better decision-making.
For industries that are highly regulated, continuous quality sampling is crucial. Spot can be trained to fetch samples, eliminating the need to send lab technicians into a dangerous plant floor environment.
Let’s face it, Spot isn’t all work and no play. It’s also the ultimate catalyst for curiosity. Spot travels the country, embarking on adventures at grade schools and college campuses to spread excitement and inspire young minds to explore future careers in STEM.