Every year $2 Trillion is spent due to infrastructure failure in the energy sector. Gecko has developed wall-climbing robots and predictive software that dramatically reduce these failures.
We Make products for human-driven analysis of real-world data.
Who We Are
The mission of Gecko Robotics is to protect today’s critical infrastructure, and give form to tomorrow’s: refineries, power plants, heavy manufacturing facilities, vessels, water storage, and many more. We accomplish this through our robotics platforms in tandem with our enterprise software solutions, creating a virtuous cycle of data acquisition, processing, analysis, and decision-making. Our robots operate in some of the most dangerous industrial environments, collecting data of unprecedented value and magnifying the contributions of human experts, while keeping them out of harm’s way. Gecko is uniquely poised to maximize both the production and the useful life of the assets we rely on to meet the world's energy needs.
Job At A Glance
Gecko Robotics’ multi-disciplinary electrical team designs, develops, and integrates the hardware, firmware, and software systems of the robot. As an electrical engineer at Gecko, you will be involved in multiple aspects of the design process: conceptualization, requirements development, hardware design, firmware design, integration, and field testing.
Gecko is seeking Electrical Engineers over a range of experience levels.
Gecko’s engineers work in a hands-on, fast-paced environment. We’re seeking highly self-motivated individuals who thrive in a small company environment and are passionate about developing great products which solve significant problems.
What You Will Do
What Gecko Is Looking For
Gecko's robots are designed and built in house by our hardware engineering team which consists of electrical, mechanical, and robotics engineers.
fulltimePittsburgh, Pennsylvania; New York City, New YorkFull Stack