Subsea Expo reported a record-breaking show with over 6,500 visitors over the course of three-day conference, and Inuktun Europe’s Director, Brian Storie, commented, “The MiniMag stole the show!”Read More
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You bring the sensor, and we’ll provide the transporter. Inuktun’s unique Multi-Mission Modular (IM3) technology can integrate and mobilize your instruments and nondestructive testing (NDT) tools. Rather than reinvent the wheel, the Power Construction Corporation of China (POWERCHINA) engaged Hangzhou Inuktun Robots Ltd. (Inuktun China) to supply a mobile platform to drive its FARO 3D laser scanner.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
Following the successful release of the MaggUT™ in 2015, Inuktun is pleased to announce a new HD video magnetic crawler being dubbed the “MaggHD”. The MaggHD offers a 360 degree continuous tilt camera with full 1080p video, a 10X optical zoom, four variable intensity LED lights (spot and flood), and parallel laser lines for on-screen size estimation. Utilizing Inuktun’s ICON & INPRO PC control system, the new crawler records video at full resolution and allows for still image capture, on-screen annotation or sensor integration.Read More