In order to satisfy increased customer demand, Redzone Robotics has moved to a new, larger facility, hired a national sales manager and is increasing staff.

Driven by a need to manage costs associated with aging wastewater infrastructures, municipalities across North America now desire much more information about their pipe conditions than in the past. Redzone’s ability to provide advanced, multi-sensor pipe inspection information continues to gain industry attention.
With this expansion, Redzone is increasing delivery capacity while continuing to develop new technology and services, company officials say.

Redzone has developed an information delivery process that uses skilled engineers in Pittsburgh who analyze the data from the field and present it to the customer in an easy-to-understand format. In order to accommodate the expanding engineering team, Redzone has moved to new 13,000-sq ft offices in Lawrenceville, a Pittsburgh neighborhood that is home to Carnegie University’s National Robotic Engineering Center (NREC) and a growing number of robotics companies.

Redzone has also hired Gordon Henrich as its national sales manager to manage the steady increase in customer inquiries, contracts and customer service activities. Henrich brings 25 years of municipal piping system experience to Redzone and understands the inspection requirements for condition-based asset management.

Redzone will have additional delivery capacity in place by summer 2008, while its R&D team is on target to introduce an exciting, new inspection technology in the fall.

Redzone delivers high-performance water and wastewater inspection services for municipalities, contractors and engineering firms across North America. Using advanced, multi-sensor data collection along with sophisticated data analysis software, Redzone provides accurate pipe condition information in the industry. Redzone’s high-quality inspection information enables customers to manage their underground assets more effectively.

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