Transforming Ideas into Solutions with the Oil and Gas Technology Centre

Transforming Ideas into Solutions with the Oil and Gas Technology Centre

The Innovation Hub, a state-of-the-art facility designed to drive innovation and accelerate new technologies to help unlock the full potential of the UK North Sea, is a perfect fit for our Multi-Mission Modular (IM3™) technology. Inuktun Europe Ltd. was recently approached by the Oil & Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) to participate at Robotics Week, an event taking place at the Innovation Hub October 30 through November 2, 2017. The centre brings forth a new initiative to help unlock decommissioning efforts in the North Sea oil and gas sector, aiming to obtain technology required to maximize economic recovery, assist in making sure that facilities are decommissioned efficiently, and help the UK become a global leader in this growth market.

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Inuktun Sighting #72: Quest Integrity Expands Product Demonstration Capabilities

Inuktun Sighting #72:  Quest Integrity Expands Product Demonstration Capabilities

We’ve all heard the phrase “seeing is believing”; in the realm of Remote Visual Inspection (RVI) systems, it’s especially relevant. Not only do engineers and technicians need to see inspection results to evaluate the condition of their infrastructure, they also need to see the tools that can be used to perform those inspections, to ensure they will do the job. And that’s why Quest Integrity, an authorized Inuktun reseller in the USA, recently purchased two new OnSite miniature magnetic crawlers. By adding NanoMag™ and MaggHD™ crawler systems to their fleet, Quest has not only expanded their inspection service capability, but they are also now demonstrating Inuktun’s Multi-Mission Modular (IM3) technology to new and existing customers.

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Inuktun Sighting #68: Toshiba employs Inuktun Robots for Fukushima Nuclear Remediation

Inuktun Sighting #68: Toshiba employs Inuktun Robots for Fukushima Nuclear Remediation

It’s been almost six years since a major earthquake triggered a meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear power plant. A lot of work has been done to investigate and remediate the site, but there is still a long way to go – especially when it comes to the area directly below the reactor core (an area known as the pedestal).  Due to high radiation levels and limited access, it is one of the most challenging areas to inspect and evaluate.

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