Inuktun Sighting #122: Digitizing the World with IM3™ Technology

This week’s #InuktunInTheWild sighting is courtesy of BP, a leader in the oil and gas industry. A regular Inuktun client, BP recently shared this video of IM3™ (Inuktun Multi-Mission Modular) technology employed in their remote visual inspection operations.

BP expert, Dave Truch, says it best, “We can’t put humans in pipes and vessels but we can use flying, swimming and crawling robots.”

Our mission is to create technology that enables people to perform tasks that they could not otherwise do, in places they could not otherwise go. Our goal is not to replace people, but instead provide products that enable access to areas that are too dangerous or remote for direct human intervention. BP’s use of IM3™ technology is an excellent example of Inuktun’s mission in action.

For more information on our remote inspection robotic crawlers and cameras, contact our technical sales team today. And don’t forget to send us those photos and videos (we know you have them!) of Inuktun’s gear in the field for the opportunity to be featured on our blog.


Priscilla Johnson

Since 1989, Inuktun Services Ltd. has been designing and building remotely operated systems that bridge the gap between people and the physical world, helping clients reach the unreachable and see the unseen. Whether you are working in a hazardous area, deep underwater, or in extremely confined spaces, Inuktun’s lineup of modular robotic crawlers and cameras make it possible to perform inspection and remote handling jobs safely and efficiently. And, the Inuktun Multi-Mission Modular (IM3) technology developed by Inuktun means systems can be quickly adapted for different purposes.