While you may recall the appearance of Inuktun’s Spectrum 90™ pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) inspection camera on the third season of History Channel’s ‘The Curse of Oak Island’, it was the season’s fifth premiere that recently caused a stir with our Spectrum 120HD™ high definition drop camera.
Fans of the show watched the exploration of the C1 shaft, and the anticipation of finding pirate treasure has become a real possibility. Previously aired footage hinted at what appeared to be gold in C1 and was investigated by Inuktun technical sales manager, Jeff Christopherson, utilizing the Spectrum 120HD™ PTZ camera.
Designed specifically for confined spaces just like C1, the Spectrum 120HD™ inspection camera provides full HD video at 1080p, ideal for borehole and shaft inspections, or almost any other application where detailed remote visual inspection (RVI) is required. Our OnSite standard Spectrum™ camera systems can be found all over the world, working in some of the most challenging environments and operations including:
Surveillance of wells for locating lost materials, ground water pollution or contamination inflows
Assessment of shafts, freeway expansion joints, boreholes, sinkholes or shafts found at mines
Detailed inspection of pipes, pressure vessels and ducts
Discovery of underground tunnels, bunkers and tanks.
Built on our Multi-Mission Modular (IM3™) adaptive technology, Inuktun’s robotic camera systems can be modified to integrate sensors and tooling for your specific inspection, sensing and handling needs. With standard options like lasers for on-screen size measurement or manipulator arms with multiple jaw sets, Inuktun’s product offering enable operators and owners to reach the unreachable and see the unseen. Safely, efficiently and right on time.
When he’s not making appearances on popular television shows, Jeff Christopherson can be reached by phone or email to answer your technical inspection inquiries. Contact the Inuktun team for your RVI needs today!