Inuktun Sighting #97: Versatrax 100™ on display at RoboBusiness 2017

SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA —

When asked to visualize the future, picturing robots in some capacity is probably a common response (especially if you’re reading this). With a global trend for artificial intelligence and automation, the all-encompassing robotics industry is carving the way for how business is done. RoboBusiness, an event bringing together executives, engineers, investors and robotics experts from around the world, recently took place in Santa Clara, California, and featured Inuktun’s Versatrax 100™ pipe inspection crawler vehicle.

The Versatrax 100™ was among varied technology being analyzed for robotic strategies that can be immediately put to use to grow businesses and stay ahead of the competition. With Inuktun’s mandate to transform the future — giving operators the power to affect and transform outcomes by assessing and mitigating future risk and allowing clients to increasingly manage transformation of their own systems, without an intermediary, thanks to our Multi-Mission Modular (IM3™) technology, the power to transform IS the future.

Inuktun. Transform the Future.

Unsurprisingly, the companion robots and robo-dogs that get included in the expansive robot market gather more of the public’s attention than the inspection robot division, but that’s exactly where you’ll find our proven workhorses getting the critical jobs done. Like the well-recognized Versatrax 100™ on display at RoboBusiness, all IM3™ technology is used across the world for the remote visual inspection and nondestructive testing in a myriad of industries including the oil and gas, petrochemical, nuclear, and mining sectors. Unmanned inspections continue to reduce risks to human and environmental safety. Structural integrity assessments assist operators and capital asset owners on preventative maintenance and remediation efforts. And while the Versatrax 100™ can access spaces as small as 100 millimetres (4 inches), it’s not Inuktun’s smallest inspection crawler robot that can provide confined space entry evaluations in the most inhospitable environments.

If you missed us in Advanced Motion Controls’ booth at RoboBusiness, you can see our IM3™ technology at SPRINT Robotics Demonstration Days at BASF Freeport Plant and the ASNT Annual Conference next week! If you’re looking for a reliable inspection crawler to get some real work done, contact our Inuktun team and TRANSFORM THE FUTURE.

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