Transforma QUICABOT


Named QuicaBot – short for Quality Inspection and Assessment Robot – it can move autonomously to scan a room in about half the time taken for manual inspection, using high-tech cameras and laser scanners to pick up building defects like cracks and uneven surfaces.

The robots can upload 3D data of the scans to the cloud and inform the human operator, who can then inspect critical and complex defects.

Designed to conduct quality finishing inspection based on Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority (BCA) Quality Assessment System CONQUAS-9 Standard.
– Visual inspection using camera
– Hollowness detection
– Detecting wall evenness
– Measuring floor slope and wall alignment
– Scanning and mapping rooms autonomously or semi-autonomously

Length: 460 mm
Width: 625 mm
Height: 410 mm
Height with the Pan Tilt Neck Extended: 1000 mm
Weight: 25 kg (excluding batteries and sensor head)

Battery Life
Runtime: 2 hrs continuous usage for top portion

– Able to pan and tilt and has a 2 wheel drive, meaning it can move to scan different sector, each scan coverage will be be subjective
– Collapsible neck and transport handle that allows users to easily trolley is around and is able to fit into a back of a car boot
– Able to move over uneven terrain

– Able to scan up to 3m in height
– Identification of cracks, tile lippage, paint discoloration
– Analyse alignment of corners and evenness on walls and floors
– The captured data can be stored and viewed by other parties to verify or check on the inspection