March 28, 2022

ICOR Technology and BRINC Drones Partner on Air/Ground Robot Integration for First Responders

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ICOR Technology, a renowned tactical and security robotics firm, has entered into a strategic integration partnership with BRINC Drones, a leading public safety drone company. This collaboration aims to elevate the capabilities of air and ground robotics for global public safety operators.

Boasting decades of expertise in tactical and explosive disposal robotics, ICOR Technology has been a pioneer in saving lives with its CALIBER line of terrestrial robots. By joining forces with BRINC Drones and leveraging their state-of-the-art technology, the two industry leaders are committed to advancing their collective mission of preserving lives and providing effective solutions for first responders engaged in high-risk missions.

The collaborative efforts will focus on developing innovative mounting brackets, facilitating seamless deployment of the LEMUR S from ICOR’s CALIBER line. Through a shared dedication to customer satisfaction, ICOR and BRINC plan to conduct joint demonstrations and actively seek community feedback to refine the integration, ensuring an optimized user experience for end users. This partnership marks a significant step forward in the evolution of robotics solutions for public safety.

“ICOR is thrilled to be working with a new, innovative technology start-up like BRINC,” said ICOR President, Alexander (Sasha) Grant. “Their purpose built indoor tactical drones are a perfect fit for our ground based robots. Together, the two technologies will continue to advance our missions of saving lives. We are looking forward to a long and successful partnership with BRINC.”

“BRINC could not be more excited to partner with a company like ICOR,” said BRINC Founder and CEO, Blake Resnick. “They have paved the way for robotics in the first responder community for decades and we are honored to be able to work alongside such a well known and respected organization. Together, I have no doubt that we will continue to make the jobs of first responders safer and easier.”