NFPA Welcomes New Manufacturer Member: Humanistic Robotics, Inc. (HRI)

Humanistic Robotics logoHumanistic Robotics, Inc. (HRI) is an American company focused on making the world a safer place through engineering and design. The company has core businesses in landmine and IED rollers, unmanned control systems for teleoperation and autonomous navigation, and engineered solutions for government agencies, NGOs and commercial clients. The controls the company sells are often used to communicate to integrated systems that contain fluid power systems within them. Humanistic Robotics has earned a reputation for bringing innovation through a uniquely user-centered approach, driven by engineering and design, with clients including the US Army and the United Nations.

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