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...Read More
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If you had the solution to the industry’s nondestructive testing (NDT) and remote inspection challenges, how would you let the NDT world know? For Inuktun, we choose to show you our Multi-Mission Modular (IM3) technology live in action at the American Society for Nondestructive Testing’s (ASNT) Annual Conference taking place next week in Long Beach, California. InCommand Robotics, the US subsidiary of Inuktun, invites technicians, researchers, and other professionals to join us at this 75th milestone event to exchange information and share technologies for the NDT world.Read More
The NDT community meets annually at the largest conference for technicians, researchers, and other professionals to exchange information and present technologies for non-destructive testing.Inuktun’s President and CEO, Colin Dobell, InCommand’s Vice President of U.S. Operations, Wade Leach, and Southeastern Sales Rep, Marti Veatch, joined this year’s ASNT conference showcasing Inuktun’s traditional inspection systems as well as technology with newly developed scanning capabilities.Read More
As infrastructure in industrial sectors ages and as costs to maintain and replace that infrastructure rise, demand for inspection crawlers that can provide scanning capabilities is rising accordingly.
Many industries face a critical challenge, namely, measuring the remaining wall thickness in tanks, tubes and pipes that could be corroded on the inner surface.
To respond to that challenge, Inuktun developed the MaggUT™, a cost-effective remote inspection crawler introduced in July, 2015.