Built on a legacy of innovation, ULC Robotics is committed to leading the utility robotics revolution and has been since our start in 2001. We foster an environment which encourages the exchange of ideas and inspires change by challenging traditional thought and approaches to problem-solving.
Though we are constantly evolving to meet the complex demands of our industry, we remain dedicated to creating an impact, locally and globally, through meaningful work. We are proud of how our technology helps utilities minimize their impact on the environment and the public while lowering operating costs.
ULC Robotics was named one of the top 50 most influential companies in the global robotics business by Robotics Business Review in 2019.
Design and develop extraordinary robotics solutions to energy industry problems. Our team includes electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, sensor scientists, AI and Machine Learning specialists, and firmware and software engineers.
Our teams work on a variety of complex, challenging projects built to solve industry issues. Help lead our award-winning R&D, field operations, and aerial services staff toward continued success.
Operate and maintain one-of-a-kind robotic systems used to strengthen and improve utility networks. A deep interest in mechanical, pneumatic, and electrical systems makes you the perfect candidate.
Our UAV team works together to design and build custom-developed aircraft to conduct unmanned aerial inspections. From there we collect, process, and analyze critical data to enhance energy infrastructure operations.
Provide support across a variety of internal departments and external field operations teams.
Promote ULC Robotics brand awareness and demand through advertising, digital marketing, industry events, sales, and public relations.
ULC Robotics is a leader in developing and deploying innovative robotic technology and processes that help pipeline operators and energy companies repair, inspect and assess their infrastructure. Our team of engineers, machinists, project managers, field technicians and support staff work daily to find solutions to challenging energy industry problems.
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