About BaltRobotics

Prof. Hilary Koprowski Gdansk Science and Technology Park”, Gdansk

About BaltRobotics

BaltRobotics Sp.z.o.o. is Polish engineering company specialized in offshore undersea inspections services design and supply.

The main activity of the Company concerns the design of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV) for the offshore undersea inspections and of the specialized Vessels to support this activity.

BaltRobotics Sp.z.o.o. had been established in Gdansk, Poland. The Company had been registered in Pomeranian Special Economic Zone (

Pomeranian Special Economic Zone is intended to develop the most comprehensive cutting edge technologies and in particular marine ones.

Pomeranian institutions is been supported by the potential and position of the Ministry of Economy of Poland and the Ministry of Regional Development, whose participation increases the importance of the offers. It also eliminates key barriers faced by the Pomeranian exporters, and promotes the economic appeal of Pomerania among investors.

The company BaltRobotics Sp.z.o.o. is placed in “Gdansk Science and Technology Park” ( Prof. Hilary Koprowski Gdańsk Science and Technology Park is a center created to promote entrepreneurship, activity, development and creativity.

The Company comprises the experienced specialists in the area of automation, robotics, IT, telecommunications, navigation, acoustics, electro-magnetic diagnostic methods and equipment, and other hi-tech specialities.

The employees and management of the company had gained the experience in Poland, Ukraine, Russia and former USSR. The specialists of the company took part in many international projects on the leading positions with the leading companies of the world. In the list there are the cooperation with DARPA (USA), NASA (USA), PETRONAS (Malaysia), Siemens (Germany), IFS AB (Sweden), and others.

In Malaysian offshore where the specialists of the company had gained the experience in undersea pipeline inspections in the contract with “PETRONAS Carigali Sdn.Bhd.”

The specific offshore experience concerns the development of the new approaches for underwater pipeline inspections with Electro-Magnetic Methods and Cathodic Protection Potential Measurement.