Fully Loaded...the trailer too

Fully Loaded...the trailer too

Last week we gave readers a sneak peek of Inuktun’s Versatrax 300™ cargo trailer, and now we reveal the fully loaded version. The trailer has been outfitted with an office workstation pre-loaded with ICON (Inuktun Controller Software) and InPRO (Inuktun Playback and Report Generation Software) on dual monitors, a powered winch with over 2,000 metres of tether, and of course the Versatrax 300™ pipe inspection vehicle itself.

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Inuktun Sighting #51: Demo At Your Door

Inuktun Sighting #51: Demo At Your Door

A picture may say a thousand words, but seeing Inuktun’s Multi-Mission, Modular (IM3) technology live in action and being in the driver seat tells the whole story. Our technical sales department recently partnered up with Recce Robotics International Inc. (R2i2) to provide demonstrations of our IM3 technology to local municipalities. Onsite were the Versatrax 150™ pipe inspection parallel and inline crawlers, the Versatrax 100™ vehicle and R2i2’s Delta crawler.

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Inuktun Sighting #47: Fish and Frogs and Fittings, Oh My

Inuktun Sighting #47: Fish and Frogs and Fittings, Oh My

See the unseen. While operators normally use Inuktun’s multi-mission, modular (IM3) technology to remotely monitor and evaluate confined spaces and hazardous environments, inspecting municipal pipes sometimes produces surprising images. Case in point: our long-time client, Dougness Holdings, has encountered critters, vegetation, and still unknown “things” that just don’t seem to belong. We were fortunate enough to sit down with Dougness owner, Bill Cameron, and discuss some of the things his company has seen over the years.See the unseen. While operators normally use Inuktun’s multi-mission, modular (IM3) technology to remotely monitor and evaluate confined spaces and hazardous environments, inspecting municipal pipes sometimes produces surprising images. Case in point: our long-time client, Dougness Holdings, has encountered critters, vegetation, and still unknown “things” that just don’t seem to belong. We were fortunate enough to sit down with Dougness owner, Bill Cameron, and discuss some of the things his company has seen over the years.See the unseen. While operators normally use Inuktun’s multi-mission, modular (IM3) technology to remotely monitor and evaluate confined spaces and hazardous environments, inspecting municipal pipes sometimes produces surprising images. Case in point: our long-time client, Dougness Holdings, has encountered critters, vegetation, and still unknown “things” that just don’t seem to belong. We were fortunate enough to sit down with Dougness owner, Bill Cameron, and discuss some of the things his company has seen over the years.

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Inuktun Sighting #46: Dougness Holdings Flush with Work

Inuktun Sighting #46: Dougness Holdings Flush with Work

Today’s #InuktunInTheWild sighting comes from Inuktun’s very own backyard, featuring long-time client Dougness Holdings who is performing a flush/video program for the City of Nanaimo. The Mission-based sewer maintenance company was founded in 1970 and run as a family business for nearly 40 years. Bill Cameron, the founder’s nephew, purchased the company in 1980 and Dougness Holdings continues to serve contractors and municipalities across British Columbia. While Dougness’s work is spread out all over the place, they have been getting lots of contracts on Vancouver Island and recently performed remote inspections in Campbell River.

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Inuktun Sighting #29: A Truly Versatile Versatrax

Inuktun Sighting #29: A Truly Versatile Versatrax

Power Tech Inc., a remote video inspection company headquartered in Sequim, Washington, use their Versatrax 150™ pipe crawler for far more than originally intended. Although they own a fleet of similar equipment — including borescopes, push cameras, radio detection equipment and ground penetrating radar — the Versatrax is the real “work horse” for a range of services they provide to the petroleum, pulp & paper, and municipal water industries.

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