Sponsored Students Transform the Future

Sponsored Students Transform the Future

As you may recall, we were recently honoured with a guest blog post from Dr. Mike Mattice, Denver IEEE Robot Committee Chair, who reported on the annual IEEE Region 5 Autonomous Robot Competition proudly supported by Inuktun. The event, hosted at the Denver Marriott Tech Center, is described in more detail here. Inuktun believes in the importance of community involvement and providing a foundation to help today’s students explore and transform the future of robotics.

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Inuktun Sighting #78: Spotted at SPRINT Robotics Seminar 2017

Inuktun Sighting #78: Spotted at SPRINT Robotics Seminar 2017

Earlier this month, the SPRINT Robotics Seminar hosted Inuktun InCommand Robotics, LLC, the US subsidiary of Inuktun Services Ltd. Inuktun President and CEO, Colin Dobell, provided a presentation to the industry professionals brought together by the SPRINT Robotics Collaborative. InCommand’s Vice President, Wade Leach, was onsite to meet with clients and show off the popular MaggHD™ miniature magnetic crawler. Inuktun’s Multi-Mission Modular (IM3) technology was also highlighted in a number of other presentations offered by key stakeholders.

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VT150 Vertical Crawler™ in View

VT150 Vertical Crawler™ in View

Earlier this year we reported on how Inuktun’s VT150 Vertical Crawler™ (VT150VC) was used by Occidental Petroleum Corporation to conduct FOSAR (foreign object search and retrieval) at a plant in South Texas. Although the remote operation didn’t require the vertical travel the VT150VC is designed for, it proved optimal for recovering a missing grinding wheel inside a 90-foot pipe. See it for yourself in a new video!

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MaggHD™ in High Demand

MaggHD™ in High Demand

When we first conceived the MaggHD™ miniature magnetic crawler we were pretty sure we would see strong interest from our core customers, but we’ve been pleasantly surprised by the level of excitement and acceptance across a wide range of industries. And, as with so many of our Multi-Mission Modular (IM3) systems, we’ve been offering customized versions for special applications… and more are on the way. Even though it’s only been one year since we officially launched the new crawler system, it has already seen extensive use across a range of industries, including renewable energy, petrochemical, offshore oil and gas, nuclear, marine and more.

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Understanding the Difference between SD and HD Recording File Storage Requirements

Understanding the Difference between SD and HD Recording File Storage Requirements

The consumer market moved to High Definition (HD) video a long time ago, but the industrial inspection industry is still in the process of making the transition. Most of the systems and cameras we sell are still Standard Definition (SD), but we predict that HD will take over within three years.

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