For the utility industry, these new robotics could offer significant benefits - and, in some cases, we're already beginning to see how the adoption of robots can make utility work safer and more productive.
Increasingly robots help maintain the structural health and integrity of our buildings and infrastructure, inspecting and repairing bridges, dams, skyscrapers, you name it, in order to keep people safe and make the world more efficient.
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