While Orbital Engineering is a relatively new client to Inuktun, they have wasted no time in taking advantage of the Multi-Mission Modular (IM3™) rental fleet offered by Inuktun InCommand Robotics, LLC, our Texas based office...Read More
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It’s a new year… so out with the old and in with the new! In this case, the “old” is the halogen light bulbs found on all of our legacy Versatrax 150™ systems (101 lights), parallel Versatrax 100™ and MicroMag™ crawlers (601 lights).Read More
When it comes to marine vessels, you get what you inspect! According to Alexander Tomchev of Cargill in Bulgaria, after 20 days in tropical waters, biofouling is present on a ship’s surface. Turbulent flow around a ship hull caused by barnacles, sea grass and other fouling ends up increasing fuel consumption. Inuktun has the solution with game-changing implications for the economics of marine transportation.Read More
The most recent sighting of Inuktun’s multi-mission, modular (IM3) technology comes from customer TSC Inspection Systems’ website. TSC provides non-destructive testing services built on their patented Alternating Current Field Measurement (ACFM) technology. ACFM is an electromagnetic technique used for detection and measurement of surface breaking cracks. This technology is advantageous to the industry because it works through several millimetres of coatings. Without the need to remove protected coatings from assets, downtime is minimized for critical operations. As a result, ACFM technology is quickly becoming a preferred inspection method.Read More
NANAIMO, BRITISH COLUMBIA - An innovative solution by Inuktun Services Ltd. can enable marine shipping operators to realize operational efficiencies, help protect the environment, and reduce risks to human divers, by employing amphibious robots to perform inspection and cleaning tasks beneath the waterline.Read More