Today’s #InuktunInTheWild sighting comes from TotalDECOM in this featured video. Inuktun Europe’s Director, Brian Storie, was captured demonstrating Inuktun’s Multi-Mission Modular (IM3™) technology at the strategic decommissioning event held in Manchester for the global decommissioning industries earlier this year. And while we’re on the topic, Inuktun InCommand Robotics will be participating at the Global FPSO Forum taking place August 29 through 31 at the Omni Riverway in Houston, Texas. Brian Storie will be alongside the InCommand team with Inuktun Services’ President and CEO, Colin Dobell. The event will host over 400 delegates representing top operators and service companies in the floating production, storage and offloading industry.
And what better venue to provide a live demonstration of Inuktun’s newest OnDemand Specialty System, the MiniMag™? This miniature magnetic crawler can be quickly adapted with almost any sensor tool needed for ship hull or marine infrastructure maintenance and inspection including cleaning brushes, water-jetting systems, camera, UT devices, sonars and other nondestructive testing (NDT) tools. Eliminating the need for expensive manned entry, the MiniMag™ is a cost saving solution for inspecting and cleaning ship hulls, steel pilings or almost any ferrous surface structure above or below the waterline.
We have a limited number of free exhibit passes, so get in touch if you want to visit Inuktun at booth 111. Want to see the OnDemand MiniMag™ but can’t make the Global FPSO Forum? All of Inuktun’s global offices can arrange demonstrations of our robotic crawler and camera systems. Learn exactly how our IM3™ technology can solve your FPSO and other marine and subsea remote visual inspection and NDT challenges by arranging a personalized demonstration today!
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