When a major operator in the oil industry approached them to perform a structural integrity assessment of 125-millimetre (five inch) unpiggable lines that cross the heart of Rio de Janeiro - never inspected before due to flow conditions, tight bends and lack of pigging facilities - they knew exactly what IM3™ (Multi-Mission Modular) robotic crawler would be up for the job.Read More
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You’ve got places to go and people (or pipelines, pressure vessels, railcars…) to see. This week’s #InuktunInTheWild sighting comes from the Texas team who took the photo below demonstrating the true one-man portability of our IM3™ (Multi-Mission Modular) technology.Read More
In an industry where the term ‘modular’ is often diluted to include even the most basic reconfigurable robotic systems, Inuktun’s Multi-Mission Modular (IM3™) technology is truly unique. Here's how...Read More
On September 23, 2015, Discovery Channel aired a six-minute segment on Inuktun’s modular multi-mission technologies. Filmed a month earlier, it features Inuktun quality control manager Alan Doucette and engineering assembly technician Steve Pilcher deploying a VT150 Vertical Crawler™ into a pipe at Harmac pulp and paper mill, located in Nanaimo, British Columbia.Read More