Digitalize the shotcrete process and improve your productivity

Collect, analyze and make decisions based on real-time data to improve efficiency, reduce waste and concrete rebounds
Digitalization of shotcrete
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Move from cumbersome casting to "Plug & Play" solutions

Losinger Marazzi wanted innovation, tailor-made solutions pushed to its limits and BIM integration. It is made possible with Mobbot. 
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A chambre with 45% recycled concrete aggregates

The element looks like prefabrication, but it is made of recycled concrete thank to MOBBOT technology in partnership with Holcim Switzerland.

Razvan Ionica

Partner - Marc Mimram Agency

Agency for Civil engineering works, Infrastructure and Buildings

"The potential of this technique is clearly superior to the 3D concrete printing from the competitors. The speed of MOBBOT is amazing and the quality is superior. "


Magdalena Stelzer

Program manager for digital planning - Tiefbauamt der Stadt Zürich

“Mobbot can be quick and fast. Fast reactions resulted in quick insights, that completely fulfilled the main objective of our proof of concept."


Gilles Lequertier

Managing director - Infra Tunnel SA

"Thanks to Mobbot, we were able to win in visibility of our shotcrete operations and were able to take corrective actions." 


Nicolas Robadey

Head of infrastructures

TPF Infra
Railway and infrastructure solution provider

”The Mobbot’s system has enabled us to have custom-made prefabricated parts, without the constraints linked to the implementation of a formwork or the delivery times of the prefabricators.”


Martin Dussouchet

Foreman - Losinger Marazzi SA
Leading General Contractor in Switzerland

"The MOBBOT solution has allowed us to customise each element, reduce the amount of concrete by 25% and improve the safety and ergonomics of working in the spaces”

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Patrice Bersier

Project Manager

RWB Group SA
Leading Engineering Firm in Switzerland

"The advantages of this technique are the minimisation of the joints between the elements and therefore a lower risk of water penetration, the use of a high quality concrete and the reactivity of the solution.”