RedZone Robotics Enters Partnership with Interflow

RedZone Robotics. ("RedZone"), a leading provider of wastewater asset management technologies and solutions for municipalities, contractors and engineering companies, today announced a partnership with Interflow Pty Limited ("Interflow"), a leading total solution provider to the Australian pipe renewal market.

The partnership will bring the best of both companies, each known for their innovative approaches to solving complex customer problems, to customers in the Australian market.


Through this relationship Interflow will leverage the unique, synchronized Multi-Sensor Inspection (MSI) technologies of RedZone to help Australian owner/operators determine the most appropriate and optimal solutions for extending the useful life of their critical wastewater assets. Daniel Bretag, Interflow's Manager of International and Emerging Markets stated, "The RedZone MSI technology provides actionable information on large pipes that is otherwise unattainable and allows owners to develop a technically suitable and cost-effective solution for pipeline renewal projects."

"This is an important step in the expansion of our international business growth." Said Ken Wolf, RedZone's Executive Vice President. "Interflow is an ideal partner for RedZone. We believe in the need to work with innovation focused, market-leading partners like Interflow in major markets to grow our business effectively."

About RedZone Robotics, Inc.

RedZone provides an infrastructure asset management platform that helps municipalities globally manage their valuable and abundant wastewater assets.

For more information please visit www.redzone.com.

Contact: Ken Wolf, Executive Vice President kwolf@redzone.com

About Interflow Pty Limited

Interflow offers a full range of sewer, stormwater and water renewal solutions.

For more information please visit www.interflow.com.au

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