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No Man Overboard provides the full story and the straight goods on breakthrough robotics applications for vessel operators — supported by facts, figures and key insights.

•  Minimize risk 
•  Lower operating expenses 
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Reduce costly delays & downtime

Find out how industry leaders in the marine transportation sector are making the most of high-tech innovation!

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We are talking HUGE savings in time and cash.
— N. Stark, Former Port CEO

You’ve heard of swimming ROVs…

How about one that TREADS WATER?!

Originally designed for remote visual inspections of nuclear reactors, the MicroMag™ inspects and cleans in air or underwater to depths of over 30 meters. On vertical, horizontal and inverted planes. Even at the water line. 


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Human Diver Versus hull cleaning Robotic Crawler — which can save the most most time, cost & risk for marine operators?  


Human Diver Versus hull cleaning Robotic Crawler — which can save the most most time, cost & risk for marine operators?
 

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Diver VS. Crawler


Which is the cost-effective choice for ship hull maintenance, inspection and cleaning in the water — bringing the diver-technicians aboard, or tossing an amphibious robot over the side?

Flying in an expert diving team by helicopter typically requires upwards of 24 hours' lead time, and each 2-3 day job represents an expense of tens of thousands of dollars, not including downtime costs. Plus, human risk factors run high in hostile marine environments, especially at the waterline or when working with AC equipment.

Self-run assessments, on the other hand, enable optimal maintenance scheduling, minimizing downtime and delays. In terms of expense, a fully equipped MicroMag™ crawler with a 5-year lifespan carries a cost roughly equivalent to two routine hull cleanings. Factor in zero requirement for airlifting, maritime support vessels, or humans in or under the water, and liability is drastically reduced.


No Man Overboard is sponsored by Inuktun Services Ltd., the innovation leader in modular robotics systems with a global reputation for reliability, efficiency, quality and cost-effectiveness.