OffWorld is taking contracts for AI-powered mining robots

OffWorld is distributing self-sufficient industrial mining robots globally, able to work in any terrain

OffWorld is a leader in AI-powered Swarm Robotic Mining systems and is now accepting orders for multi-robot deployments starting in 2024. The robots, designed for surveying, excavation, and material handling, improve productivity and cost efficiency for customers. They work in teams and can extract hundreds of tons to over a million tons of ore annually. The autonomous robots are built for rugged conditions and work 24/7, with machine learning software allowing them to learn from human experts. With a focus on sustainability, the fully electric robots will leave a zero-carbon footprint and improve safety by removing humans from hazardous work environments.

OffWorld, ISO 9001 certified, has secured multiple contracts with leading mining companies and plans to expand into other industries including construction, infrastructure, utilities, and space.

CEO, Jim Keravala, said, “We’re thrilled to offer swarms of intelligent robots to our customers. We have worked tirelessly for the past seven years to make today a reality. We are disrupting the conventional mining industry for the better; saving human lives, lowering our carbon footprint, transforming the economics of distressed assets and hard-to-mine ore, while also creating new jobs in machine programming, artificial intelligence, engineering, deployment, and extreme operations. We are looking forward to applying our multi-robot operations in every corner of the planet and are humbled to help play an important role in designing the future.”

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