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Do You Support the Use of Robots for Public Infrastructure Projects?

Do You Support the Use of Robots for Public Infrastructure Projects?

Here’s The Scoop

Picture this: You’re cruising down the open road, wind in your hair, when, out of nowhere, your smooth ride is disrupted by a monstrous pothole. It’s an all-too-familiar scenario for many American motorists, a constant reminder of our crumbling infrastructure.

However, technology firm Robotiz3d is set to change the game with its Autonomous Road Repair System (ARRS). Using a trifecta of cutting-edge technologies, ARRS could herald the end of the pothole plague.

The first of these, the ARRS Eye, is a scanning device installed on various vehicles. As these vehicles traverse the cityscape, they’re constantly scanning the road surface for signs of distress. Using advanced imaging, it identifies and assesses the severity of surface issues, prioritizing repair tasks.

But it doesn’t stop there. ARRS Prevent, an AI-powered robo-vehicle, patrols the roads day and night, sealing small cracks before they can become potholes. It’s an innovative solution, combining AI and robotics to nip the problem in the bud and prevent costly, labor-intensive repairs down the line.

Looking ahead, Robotiz3d is already working on ARRS Ultra, a machine designed for more extensive repairs. This could revolutionize road maintenance, offering cost-effective, efficient solutions to an age-old problem.

Funded by the likes of Innovate UK, Horizon Europe, CERN, and the Department For Transport in the UK, ARRS is a shining example of what can be achieved through technological innovation. It’s a local solution with global potential, promising to make potholes a thing of the past.

So, do you support the use of robots for public infrastructure projects? It’s a question worth considering as we witness the dawn of a new era in infrastructure management.

What do you think? Let us know by participating in our poll, or join the discussion in the comment section below!




  1. Robert

    April 22, 2024 at 7:07 pm

    Well when I come across a CalTrans site under repair there are always 5 guys with their hands in their pockets watching one guy work. Anything would be better than these incompetent people.

  2. Bee

    April 23, 2024 at 1:46 am

    The city I live in has terrible roads with potholes that take months or even never get repaired. The workers are all on the big paying construction jobs, so that leaves no one to repair the streets. No one wants to work anymore since covid. I would support robots doing the repairs since the city can’t seem to find people to do it.

  3. Jerry C.

    April 23, 2024 at 4:13 am

    But if they build robot pothole fillers & robot ditch-diggers, what’ll all the poor illegal immigrants do for work so they can make money to remove from the American economy by sending it out of the country to their families so they can pay the coyotes to smuggle them across the border???

  4. David Adams

    May 7, 2024 at 12:50 am

    This issue cuts both ways. On the one hand, I don’t want to see a human lose his job, because a robot could do it better or cheaper, but on the other hand, I would like to see new technologies used to make human resources more efficient.

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