Inuktun Sighting #158: MaggHD™ for Remote Operations Subsea

MaggHD™ miniature magnetic crawler for subsea operations

When it comes to condition assessments of subsea infrastructure, operations often involve rope access technicians and specialty trained divers to collect information on integrity and potential issues found. While this method has been generally accepted historically by industry, technological advances are demonstrating how using an amphibious robot can save time, money, and most importantly, human risk factors in hostile marine environments.

This week’s #InuktunInTheWild sighting features arguably one of the best high definition video recording solutions for inaccessible or inhospitable subsea environments – the OnSite MaggHD™ miniature magnetic crawler. This purpose-built robust inspection robot has a proven record of providing critical data to owners and operators while reducing or eliminating the need for airlifting, maritime support vessels, and specialty trained personnel. Whatever you need it for – performing a surface inspection of ship hulls; searching for potential contraband on large storage ships; evaluating corrosion or defects found on bridges, pilings, caissons, offshore oil platforms or wind turbines, FPSOs, and so much more – the MaggHD™ provides repeatable, actionable, meaningful, and preventative data results.

Learn more about Inuktun’s MaggHD™ miniature magnetic crawler here, and contact our friendly and knowledgeable sales team to discuss how renting or purchasing this IM3™ technology can save you time and money while keeping you and the environment safe!

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