If you attended the ASNT Annual Conference earlier this week, you already know it was a great event – probably the best in recent years (at least in our opinion). Held in Houston, Texas, the local InCommand Robotics team hosted an impressive crowd at the Inuktun booth.
The most popular inspection robotic crawler on display? Our client Oceaneering International loaned us their brand new OnSpec custom magnetic crawler that integrates the advanced capabilities of the EddyFi (TSC) ACFM probe. Designed for topside inspection of welds, corrosion, and surface breaking defects through coatings, the ACFM probe offers detailed nondestructive testing (NDT) in what may have been previously inaccessible areas thanks to Inuktun’s robotic transporter platform. Oceaneering is planning to use this newly designed crawler for a variety of remote inspection applications, with a focus on Underwater Inspection in Lieu of Drydocking (UWILD).
The range of IM3™ (Inuktun Multi-Mission Modular) technology on display was well received by the event’s attending NDT professionals who all share a vision of safeguarding humans and the environment while collecting invaluable inspection data across industries worldwide. If you didn’t get the opportunity to see our robotic crawlers and inspection cameras at the ASNT Annual Conference, consider registering for our QUILL, Quarterly Inuktun Lunch and Learn, session taking place on Thursday, November 8th at Inuktun’s Pasadena office. Nicoli Aguinaga from The Dow Chemical Company will be sharing Dow’s successes in eliminating Confined Space Entries (CSEs) and working at heights by employing Inuktun’s robotic toolkit. Request an invitation to this event here.