These two robots have opened a new era in I&M of infrastructures, by demonstrating the possibility of installing autonomous machines on (new or old) infrastructures. The Genova San Giorgio Bridge safety comes from four robots, all together protagonists of an extremely innovative application, in the field of civil infrastructures, an absolute novelty at an international level. For the first time, two robots automatically scan the lower surface of the deck, which is generally the most difficult part to reach. In addition, from year to year, the robots will compare the results obtained to predict the onset of any problems and defects. A second pair of Robot-Washes are dedicated to cleaning operations. The task of the Robot-Washes is to clean the wind barriers and solar panels. The Robot-Wash represents a green application since for their maintenance and cleaning activities they will use rain and/or dew as a water resource. Cognitive Mechatronics: the Robots, at any moment, know what is happening around them. Based on the atmospheric conditions, they are able to decide whether they will be able to work or not, whether to interrupt their inspection activity or continue, depending on the assessment of rain intensity or wind. Furthermore, based on the consumption reached by the batteries, they will calculate their actual ability to complete their task or will have to stop at the nearest charging station to recharge. The project was born looking beyond the Genoa bridge. In fact, we are already working on a system that will be functional for all infrastructures, from tunnels to dams, up to skyscrapers, since the roller coasters can also go vertically, as well as horizontally. In practice, there is no limit to the applicability of the new robotic system, with the necessary adaptations.