Faced with international market opportunities, particularly in Australia, the Gard-based company Innowtech, which specialises in robot sensors for measuring in sensitive environments, is aiming for the industrialisation phase and diversifying its target markets. An opening of capital could be announced as early as 2022.
Based in Les Angles (Gard), Innowtech has been developing modular, autonomous tools for collecting measurements in constrained or hostile environments since its creation just three years ago.
Incubated at the BIC Innov’up and supported by the CleanTech Booster, the startup (currently seven people) immediately positioned itself on the nuclear market. In partnership with the Gard-based company Adapt Nuclear (specialising in the creation and transformation of instruments and systems), it has developed its first RIM (Robot for Investigation Measurement) robot, a compact, remotely-operated, modular and autonomous prototype capable of measuring the impossible by collecting data in irradiating environments.
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