Airobot turns drones into flying robots to inspect difficult-to-reach areas while meeting the professional user’s needs for safety and quality.

Measure without a ruler


We create the necessary technology and integrate state-of-the-art collision avoidance, navigation and positioning technology. We add active or passive collision avoidance and accurate georeferencing. Using the GNSS data, the position of the defects on the infrastructure can be calculated.
The Airobot Collect Software can recalibrate all images using the logged distances. Now defects can be measured with mm-level accuracy. This provides for the same capability as putting a ruler next to the defect to measure its size.


Airobot turns drones into flying robots to obtain an easy bird’s-eye view of a terrain. The images taken by a mapping drone can be used to create accurate maps or 3D models of e.g. a construction site.

No control points


Ground control points link aerial imagery to accurate location coordinates on the ground. However, setting out and surveying the position of ground control points is time consuming and expensive. In addition, ground surveys of mines, freshly reclaimed land and other geographically challenging locations may be hazardous if not impossible.
For a flying mapping robot, we add accurate RTK/PPK GNSS technology to the drone to create centimetre-accurate maps and terrain models that do not require ground control points.