About us

IMRSystems Inc. is an engineering consulting company in the fields of UASs, Robotics and Mechatronics. It was established in 2005 as the engineering division of Mashimex Inc. with the vision to design, develop, and integrate Robotic and Mechatronic Systems for applications including automotive, automation, infrastructure, health care, consumer products, media production, surveillance, education, surgery, and space exploration. Currently, IMR systems consists of highly educated individuals who have long track record in UAVs, Mechatronic, Robotic, electromechanical engineering, and project management.

 

IMR Systems business model includes development of generic, custom and niche UASs, Mechatronic and Robotic solutions, as well as internally and externally funded technology R&D. The company’s Robotics, Automation, and Mechatronics systems are typically single product or turnkey solutions developed around proprietary technologies or purchased technologies and services, integrated and tailored to the individual requirements. The trust of IMR systems work includes system concepts, synthesis, modeling, analysis, detailed design, manufacturing, integration, and testing.

 

The following list outlines the main field of expertise of the company:

  • Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs)
  • Modular and multi-arm robots
  • Factory automation
  • Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs)
  • Mechatronic systems & product development

 

IMR Systems works very closely with customers to provide solutions that support their business to become more effective by leveraging the impact of advanced technology. IMR Systems creates highly flexible solutions that can be effectively extended to meet the requirements of new applications.

IMR Systems has extensive and proven capability in program management, business development, systems engineering, hardware and software development, systems integration and testing, and ongoing support services allowing IMR Systems to offer customers complete systems and services that meet their most demanding operational requirements.