This is our list of construction robotics companies presented in alphabetical order.
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The latest update is on October 12, 2021.
ABB is one of the world’s leading robotics and machine automation suppliers.
Advanced Construction Robotics
ACR is a world-leading innovator of autonomous robotic equipment.
- Tybot, the autonomous rebar-tying robot
- IronBot; works independently of, or complementary to TyBot, and will autonomously carry and place rebar for horizontal concrete applications
Align Robotics is an Australian robotics company established in 2017.
- AutoMARK: a boundless printer that can print on almost any horizontal surface found on construction or project sites. The robot interprets CAD (2D) drawings, translating the points and features of a building or civil design (from CAD software) directly onto a range of surfaces and topography via a patented drawing, painting, and robotic mechanisms – automating the measuring pre-marking, mark-out, set-out and positioning process.
- TerraMARK: does the functions of AutoMARK, with the added benefit of surveying site features with LIDAR, and can create 3D mapping point cloud data of 3D environment features, effectively automating the surveying process.
Blue Ocean Robotics
The company develops, produces, and sells professional service robots primarily in healthcare, hospitality, construction and agriculture. Their portfolio includes brands like UVD Robots; GoBe Robots; PTR Robots and a handful of other service robots. Blue Ocean Robotics is the world’s first – Robot Venture Factory.
SPOT – the mobile robot designed for sensing, inspection, and remote operation.
Built Robotics’ mission is to build the robots that build the world. By upgrading off-the-shelf heavy equipment with AI guidance systems, Built’s technology enables machines to operate fully autonomously.
Canvas is a construction robotics startup that brings together the expert skills of a journeyman with cutting-edge robotics technology to achieve higher quality work, make job sites safer, and improve the places in which we live, work, sleep, and play.
Construction Robotics is dedicated to developing affordable, leading-edge robotics and automation equipment for the construction industry.
- Mule135: MULE (Material Unit Lift Enhancer) is a lift assist device designed for handling and placing material weighing up to 135 lbs on a construction site.
- SAM100: SAM, short for Semi-Automated Mason, is a brick laying robot designed and engineered by Construction Robotics. SAM100 is the first commercially available bricklaying robot for onsite masonry construction.
The world’s first mortar raking robot
The company provides automated layout services to the construction industry. The layout robots bring BIM information out onto the field.
- Robotic layout automation that eliminates manual steps in the BIM->field workflow
FBR – Fastbricks Robotics
FBR designs, develops, builds and operates dynamically stabilized robots to address global needs.
- Hadrian X, a unique construction robot mounted into a classic cab over engine truck to easily transport it to and from a location for on-site building.
- Fastbrick Wall System that uses optimized blocks specifically designed for Hadrian X.
- Dynamic Stabilisation Technology (DST™) reacts to wind, vibration and other environmental factors instantly, enabling precise positioning of objects over large distances outside.
Hyperion Robotics develops robotic 3D printing technologies to make construction processes safer, faster and more cost-effective.
- Project development
- Hyperion 3D Printing System
KEWAZO offers smart robotic elevators for industrial and construction sites, with the first application focus being scaffolding assembly.
- KEWAZO offers smart robotic elevators that significantly improve scaffolding assembly process by delivering parts Just-In-Time and Just-In-Place during assembly.
Les Companions offers a collaborative robot for painters. Intended for second-fix work, PACO assists the painter on sanding and painting works and on renovated or new constructions.
NeXtera Robotics is innovating construction through robotics and automation solutions.
Nextera OS – an operating system for industrial robots – is at the core of every NeXtera solution. It combines most progressive robot control techniques with advanced sensors and real-time data processing. It allows to program any robot on the market without a single line of code, cuts robotic solution integration time up to 10 times.
- Nextera Oliver is an autonomous mobile robot for every construction site. Oliver draws a complete floor layout based on 3D models. It also scans the construction site with a laser scanner, compiles “as-built” model for construction quality and progress monitoring.
- NeXtera Cube: prefab mini-factories that produce wall and floor panels for a project, built 24/7.
- Drywall installation robots are coming soon.
Odico® is a pioneer in robotics and digital manufacturing. The company’s mission is to transform the global construction industry. Using technology, they want to increase efficiency and unleash the industry’s innovative potential.
A dedicated group of people with vast experience in Robotics, Computer Vision, 3D Modeling, Motion Control algorithms, AI and of course Construction.
- A smart autonomous plastering robot, which operates along-side workers in a construction site.
Printstones develops Baubot, a compact mobile robot that can drive through doors, climb stairs, use elevators. The company has developed several applications for the Baubot ecosystem, including concrete 3d printing, formwork milling, micro-trenching, plasma cutting, and sanding. The Baubot open platform allows 3rd parties to develop and monetize their own hardware tools and applications.
- BAUBOT MRS10-100 / compact and flexible bot
Being fully mobile, compact, and lightweight, MRS10-100 is a universal solution to accomplish precise tasks on construction sites where space and floor-load are limited. The MRS10-100 has a vehicle payload of 500 kg and a robot payload of 10 kg. The reach of the robot arm is 1000 mm.
- BAUBOT MRS70-210 / high-performance bot
With a massive payload of both vehicle and robotic arm, the MRS 70-210 is perfect to perform a variety of tasks that require stability, reach, and torque. The MRS70-210 has a vehicle payload of 900 kg and a robot payload of 70 kg. The reach of the robot arm is 2100 mm.
- BAUBOT SRS100-400 / digital on-site manufacturing cell
Placed in a standard ISO container, the SRS100-400 is a complete digital manufacturing cell, which can be used at construction sites or concrete factories for additive and subtractive production tasks. The SRS100-400 has a gantry system with a payload of 100 kg and a production area of 4.2 m2.
Q-Bot’s robots spray insulation under building floors. The insulation immediately reduces the heat lost through the floor and stops draughts.
The SafeAI Autonomous Platform brings advanced Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Vehicle technology to mining and construction industries.
For more than 25 years, Sarcos has created dexterous robotic systems designed to master the world’s most dangerous and unpredictable environments.
- Guardian S, a surveillance and inspection tool
- Guardian XO, an exoskeleton
- Guardian XT, a tele-operated dexterous robot
The company’s mission is to modernize construction with Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, thereby creating a manufacturing process that is lean, efficient and cost-effective.
- A site monitoring robot that helps track the progress of a construction project
Toggle’s full stack robotics and automation solution for rebar fabrication and assembly multiplies labor productivity by 3x and increases overall production 5x over traditional assembly methods.
The number of companies in the list is 23.