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Duke Robotics


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About Duke Robotics

Duke Robotics develops advanced robotic solutions to increase the safety of troops. Duke Robotics brings a fully robotic weaponry system to an airborne platform. TIKAD, which is a proprietary development of Duke, uses the delivery of a unique suppression firing and stabilization solution. The TIKAD utilizes completely new capabilities against terrorist groups and reduces the number of deployed ground troops, and therefore, the number of casualties. Instead of sending troops to investigate a potentially dangerous location, the TIKAD can be deployed while the troops control it remotely.

Headquarters Location

14 Live Oak St Suite A-7

Gulf Breeze, Florida, 32561,

United States

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Latest Duke Robotics News

Drones to replace robots for utility maintenance

Aug 19, 2022

Drones to replace robots for utility maintenance Written by Scarlett Evans / IoT World Today 19th August 2022 Duke Robotics, a subsidiary of robotics and drone company UAS Drone, has announced a collaboration with Israel Electric Corporation to bring its robotic, drone-enabled system to Israel’s energy sector. The new system, called the IC Drone, was designed to maintain and clean electric utility insulators and is partially based on the company’s military platform Tikad. The collaboration with the Israeli utility marks Duke Robotics’ first partnership for a civilian application of its technology. The Israel Electric Corporation is Israel’s largest national electricity utility company, with the IC Drone anticipated to be deployed at sites throughout Israel to undertake remotely operated maintenance jobs. These tasks currently rely on helicopter fleets and crane trucks. Duke Robotics’ system expects to offer a more cost-effective and safer alternative to these traditional options.

Duke Robotics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Duke Robotics's headquarters?

    Duke Robotics's headquarters is located at 14 Live Oak St, Gulf Breeze.

  • What is Duke Robotics's latest funding round?

    Duke Robotics's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Duke Robotics?

    Investors of Duke Robotics include UAS Drone Corp..

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