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Helium-Leak Detector Robot Innovates Qatar's Water Networks

A leak detection robot, iDroloc, utilises helium gas injection for underground pipe inspections in Qatar. On startup, the robot found nine leaks in a 500-meter pipe section, demonstrating high efficiency. With features like all-terrain caterpillars and a silent night-time mode, iDroloc is tailored for large-scale missions in the challenging Middle East climate. Over the next three years, it will cover 350 km of water networks, in turn also boosting helium demand in the region.

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