About Us

Prometheus has been designed, built and tested by a consortium led by Headlight AI, an SME working with leading edge sensor and data processing technologies. Partners include Network Rail, an end user which will use the robot to explore and map mine workings that extend under existing rail infrastructure; Callen-Lenz an SME with expertise in airborne robotic systems development and deployment; Thales who provide expertise in sensors and adaptive sensing software and the Universities of Manchester, Royal Holloway and Bristol who have integrated the latest sensors, control and manufacturing techniques and advanced AI into a novel and highly capable platform.


Our Partners

Headlight AI is a deep tech company creating solutions for sensing and mapping in extreme subterranean environments.  

Callen-Lenz provide innovative autonomous system technology solutions and technical consultancy across manned and unmanned aviation development. 

Network Rail owns, operates and develops Britain’s railway infrastructure.

Thales is a global technology business operating across aerospace, defence, digital identity and security, transport and space.

University of Manchester Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering team are leading experts in robotics for extreme environments.

University of Bristol Aerospace Engineering team are leading experts in control of autonomous unmanned vehicles.

Royal Holloway University of London Department of Computer Science are leading experts in autonomous systems using artificial intelligence.

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