Join Inuktun InCommand Robotics at the SPRINT Robotics Seminar taking place April 11 and 12 in Houston, Texas. The two-day conference focuses on end user and value chain perspectives on the importance and status of inspection and maintenance robots. Hosted by the SPRINT Robotics Collaborative, this industry driven initiative sheds light to robotics used for technical inspections and maintenance of capital infrastructure.Read More
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Multi-Mission Modular. It’s not just catchy alliteration. Specific, Proprietary, Economical, Evolving and Dynamic: the IM3 brand you see on Inuktun’s components defines the SPEED of change. One of our most recent innovations, and a perfect example of this concept, is the MaggHD™ pole camera package. Having received global recognition as a breakthrough in remote tank inspection, the MaggHD™ miniature, magnetic crawler system continues to excite industrial operators with the removable, high definition camera head offered with a carbon fiber pole for ad-hoc or scheduled inspections in confined or restricted spaces that may be just out of reach.Read More
Ok – it’s no hitchBOT, but Inuktun’s OnSite MaggHD™ miniature, magnetic crawler really gets around. Most recently, it was spotted remotely inspecting wind turbines in France. A standard product offered by Inuktun, the MaggHD™ is a miniature magnetic crawler that provides a reliable and easy solution for onshore and offshore wind companies.Read More
Last month, Inuktun’s multi-mission modular (IM3) technology was spotted on this poster found at the US Department of Energy (DOE) Hanford Site in southeast Washington State. The site houses 56 million gallons of chemical and radioactive waste stored in underground tanks, the result of four decades of plutonium production.Read More