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Minimize worker dose and support decommissioning efforts with Spot
The most active manipulation robot in decommissioning, Spot is being used at some of the most well-known cleanup sites in the world. Its agility and ease of use have allowed users to increase productivity without risking exposure.
Spot can go where people can—and where they cannot. Highly maneuverable, Spot can navigate stairs, pick up objects, and turn valves, all while operators remain at a distance.
Deploy Spot to survey and check radiation levels, and analyze and plan nuclear material handling missions.
Clear radioactive debris and move equipment and cables. Spot can place communication relays and lights to see otherwise inaccessible areas.
Spot can be used to dismantle equipment: grasp, lift, place, carry and drag objects using Spot Arm.
Limiting exposure to radiation is a top priority in the nuclear industry, but how much exposure can Spot take?
Spot was exposed to 82 years worth of the annual worker dose with no failure.
Per rem averted
Some organizations have found hundreds of thousands of dollars in value of dose averted from even a single routine 30 minute inspection mission.
Spot offers the flexibility to perform a range of inspection and waste management tasks.
Remediation Value Stream Lead, Sellafield Ltd
Health Physics Technician, Dominion Energy
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