We’re happy to share a new modification to our most-popular crawlspace robot, the tracked GPK-32, that allows operators to easily inspect drop ceilings. This robot comes with a 360° camera and light ring that provides an in-depth look at an often-times inaccessible area of commercial and industrial buildings, the drop ceiling (also known as a suspended ceiling or false ceiling).
Currently, this is the only robot geared for drop ceilings and it is a common request from structural and MEP engineers, IT and cabling technicians; facility managers, and building engineers because they need to see what’s above a ceiling yet inspections are laborious and hardly thorough.
“Traditionally, to see what is above a drop ceiling, you had to climb a ladder and pop up a ceiling tile, look around with a flashlight, and repeat that process over and over, but you still couldn’t see everything and any pictures you take lack orientation so they’re almost useless. Now, with our robot, you can inspect a ceiling more thoroughly in an easier, faster, and safer way, and you walk away with a 360° view of the entire space!”Steven Uecke, CEO at SuperDroid Robots.
Drop ceiling inspection robot provides:
- Accessibility & Visibility – use just one or two access points to see the entire area above a drop ceiling including equipment, cables, and ductwork.
- Speed & Safety – fewer trips up and down a ladder speeds up your inspection and is safer.
- Thorough Documentation –a 360° view allows you to easily share the environment with team members and better plan your projects.
The GPK-32 Drop Ceiling Robot costs just $4,600 for the robot, removable light ring, and 360° camera.