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Cleaning a sewage system is a tedious and perhaps hazardous chore. This appears to be the ideal job for a robot.
It is risky for humans to enter tanks that contain hazardous gases and destructive bacteria. The Manhole Cleaning Robot, as well as future improvements, are targeted at creating an integrated solution that eliminates the need for human intervention to access, clean, and maintain septic tanks.
The Global Manhole Cleaning Robot Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
An IIT professor has developed an electronically driven, remote-controlled robot that can be dispatched down septic pipes to clean them. A camera is fitted in the Sepoy Septic Tank Robot, which allows it to work. While operating the equipment, the operator can monitor the condition of a septic line on a screen outside.
The Sepoy Sewage Tank Robot cuts through the heavy sludge in the septic tank with high-velocity cutters. The machine does not require a lot of upkeep.
Bandicoot, a spider-shaped robot created by engineers in Kerala, India, that cleans manholes and sewers with precision, has been awarded the Aarohan Social Innovation Gold Award by the Infosys Foundation, the philanthropy arm of information technology behemoth Infosys.
Drona Automations is a robotics firm that is creating robots to replace manual manhole scavenging with low-cost, simple-to-use robots. The company is also creating robots that can be used to clean manholes and other types of sewer lines, which will have a social impact by minimising the exploitation of low-wage labour.
MAKRO, a sewer inspection robot with a worm-like body and wheels, is an autonomous multi-segment robot. In the MAKRO-PLUS project, it is currently being developed. Within sewer networks, the robot must manoeuvre autonomously. Its first mission is to collect water probes, analyse them onboard, and assess the locations of manholes and pipes in order to detect pollution-laden sewage and enhance sewer system maps.
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