What Is Helios Helmet?
Helios is an AI-powered helmet with auto-darkening and grinding mode which allows real-time welding defect inspection. Our helmet can reduce costs, boost welders’ productivity, and improve safety during and after the welding process.

What Makes Our Helmet Unique?

1-Real-time inspecting


3-Mounted infrared (IR) sensors along with thermal and optical images

4-Highly accurate

5-Lower welding costs

6-Faster welding process

7-Higher safety

8-Equipped with grinding and auto-darkening mode to protect the welder against the ultraviolet rays of arc welding

Grinding Mode

Grinding Mode

Faster Welding Process

Faster welding process

Highly Accurate

Highly Accurate

Real-Time Inspecting

Real-Time Inspecting

Auto Darkening Mode

Auto Darkening Mode

Lower Welding costs

Lower welding costs

Optical Images

Optical Images



Higher Safety

Higher safety

Infrared (IR) Sensors

Infrared (IR) Sensors

The Importance of Welding

Welding is a critical part of various industries which includes more than 70% of manufactured products. An essential priority of any fabricator or workshop is to produce high-quality and repeatable welds. Welding is often directly related to safety since a small mistake could lead to damage, injuries, and even fatalities.

What Is Arc Welding?

Arc welding is one of multiple fusion welding processes that use an electric arc to create heat to melt and join metals. The power supply provides a direct current (DC) or alternating current (AC) for creating an electric arc between an electrode and the base material. A wide range of rods with various strengths, weaknesses, and applications are used, affecting the quality of a weld. Connecting workpieces is done by passing the current through the rod attached to the welding machine.

The method in which the rod is melted to form a part of the weld is known as the Consumable Electrodes Method, while if it does not melt, it is called the Non-Consumable Electrodes Method.

Although the arc welding process is simple, it produces a solid weld that can be used for thick metals, leaving a strong and corrosion-resistant final product. In comparison to other welding types, arc welding is a quick process that can save a huge amount of time.

Main Industries


Arc welding is an essential component of many large construction projects for creating solid and enduring connections in buildings, bridges, and other structures


Arc welding was first developed in this industry and still plays a vital role in it, as a water-tight surface is fundamental to building a safe and seaworthy vessel.

Oil and Gas

Shielded metal arc welding is extensively used to connect two natural gas pipes.

What Is Welding Inspection?

Ensuring the satisfactory performance of a welded structure is determined by adequate testing procedures. In inspection, various weld characteristics will be evaluated, including the weld size, which correlates with the weld’s strength and performance, as well as the presence of weld discontinuities, which are referred to as welding defects. It is generally accepted that a good weld should have a smooth, uniform, and consistent appearance. The inspection could be performed during and after the welding process.

What Are The Most Important Criteria In Welding Inspection?

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The Team

Saeid Mokhtari Homami

Managing Director

Mohammad Kazemi

Software Development Manager

Mehrdad Afsharpour

Product Manager

Parissa Hashemi Osgoui

Sales & Marketing Manager

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