Inuktun Asia’s President and CEO, David Wynne, recently had the opportunity to meet Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at an event in Singapore with the High Commission at the Canadian Official Residence; David is the Vice President of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore. The event highlighting how Canada is ‘just getting started’ on trade is a reminder of how Inuktun, a Canadian based company with an international reputation, provides remotely operated robotic crawlers and inspection cameras across the globe. Today, we take a look at how far IM3™ (Inuktun Multi-Mission Modular) technology has ventured.
A dry ice cleaning solution introduced for the first time in Singapore, Inuktun’s OnSpec custom duct cleaning robotic system was unveiled at the Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre. Catching the attention of many industry stakeholders who were impressed by the seemingly effortless dry ice removal capability, there were also inquiries by property and high-rise building owners who see the system as an effective way to deal with ‘sick building syndrome’ and help mitigate risks of airborne diseases. Check out this OnSpec Custom Solution in action in this international #InuktunInTheWild sighting.
Back in North America, another industry problem was recently solved with an OnSpec Custom Solution: a marsupial miniature robotic crawler system for camera and sensor deployment in nuclear waste double shell tank refractory air slots successfully completed its first mission at the Hanford site. Inuktun’s visual inspection platform gave engineers a comprehensive look at the underside of the primary double-shell tank for the first time. See it for yourself in this #InuktunInTheWild sighting now!
IM3™ technology in international territory, our Versatrax™ crawlers investigate cross-border tunnels at the US-Mexico borders and overseas in the Middle East. Inuktun’s inspection robotic crawlers have been featured in a number of articles relating to just that. Check out the examples below.
And still another example of Inuktun’s worldwide presence is our participation in the decommissioning efforts at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan. Check out these #InuktunInTheWild sightings (here and here) showing how IM3™ technology is assisting with the nuclear remediation efforts — and stay tuned for an upcoming #InuktunInTheWild sighting on the same. Subscribe to our blog so you don’t miss it!
With dedicated offices and sales agents worldwide, IM3™ technology is in reach, wherever you may be, for all your remote visual inspection and nondestructive testing requirements. Get in touch to learn how we can help improve your structural integrity assessment and remote data collection needs today – no passport required.