Inuktun’s mission has always been to protect people rather than replace them, and this recent article from CBC hits on a pretty good point:
“When we try to act like machines, robots can do a better job than we can. AI can outperform us at repetitive, programmable tasks, operating faster and more efficiently. But luckily machines aren’t good at being humans — creativity, ingenuity and complex problem-solving still sit squarely in the wheelhouse of people.”
Employing robotic crawler and inspection camera systems have twofold benefits. First of all, IM3™ (Inuktun Multi-Mission Modular) technology minimizes human risk by accessing the confined spaces, heights, and other volatile atmospheres where people shouldn’t be. Second, the objective data remotely collected in these environments provide the integral information required to determine structural integrity assessment of critical infrastructure. Inspectors and asset owners depend on these repeatable, actionable, meaningful and preventative data results to make business decisions that impact human and environmental safety.
IM3™ technology empowers operators to go beyond doing a good job and actually transform the future. Our customers not only affect and transform outcomes by assessing and mitigating future risk – in the future, end users will increasingly manage the transformation of their own Inuktun robotic crawler and inspection camera systems without an intermediary, thanks to the truly modular nature of our proven components. AI is not yet a big component of these industrial applications, but that time is coming. As the CBC article states, “…it’s about using machines wisely, so humans can do a better job at being human than we’ve been able to do before.”
The perfect complement, not replacement, for your remote visual inspection (RVI) and nondestructive testing (NDT) requirements, our IM3™ technology is up for the task. Contact us to learn more about our robotic solutions for your data collection requirements today, and let’s transform the future.