About Gecko

Why do you trust the infrastructure around you?

This simple question posed by Gecko Robotics’ CEO and Co-Founder Jake Loosararian sparked a revolution in infrastructure inspection and monitoring technology.

Traditional manual inspection methods left major gaps in safety, efficiency, and accuracy—ultimately compromising the integrity of critical assets that keep the world powered and running. In response, Jake built the world’s first wall climbing ultrasonic testing robot in 2012. This state-of-the-art technology took inspections to the next level with unparalleled coverage, productivity, and data collection.

The Gecko Robotics platform continued to rapidly expand with advancements in ultrasonic technologies and additional inspection solutions to broaden capabilities across new industry verticals. Additionally, new software solutions were introduced to translate the robust inspection data into actionable data insights.

Now, over a decade later, Gecko Robotics is a proven industry partner, providing full-stack robotic inspection and software modeling technology for the world’s leading organizations in power, oil and gas, manufacturing, defense, and more.

Our Mission

To protect today's critical infrastructure and give form to tomorrow's.

At Gecko Robotics, we help the world’s most important organizations understand and protect their physical assets. Through advanced robotics and enterprise software solutions, we provide unprecedented insight into the health of critical infrastructure assets, enabling data-driven decision making.

Safety First

We are committed to the health and safety of our employees, clients, and outside contractors. Our robots can go where humans can’t or shouldn’t, reducing exposure to confined space entry (CSE), access requirements, extreme heat, or other potentially hazardous situations.

For the Environment

Gecko’s robotic inspection and software solutions strive to preserve and maintain the current energy infrastructure that is powering society by reducing asset failure, maximizing our fuel sources, and avoiding costly environmental remediation.