Robotic Technology That Can Help Save Our Infrastructure!
Bridge Inspections For A Safer InfrastructureMay 27th, 2019 Author: Infrastructure Co
This is not the future of bridge inspections and infrastructure inspections. This technology exists today and is being used to inspect our infrastructure. These robotic nondestructive inspection services developed and patented by IPC are safer for both the public and the inspector. They provide more quantitative data at a lower cost than ever realized before.
IPC’s robotic inspections comply with and exceed all AASHTO and FHWA requirements for the inspections they are conducting. These inspections provide critical information required to properly budget for maintenance and repairs. The extent of detail being uncovered has never been obtained before to this degree.
Being able to more accurately budget and plan maintenance and repairs will help extend the service life of these critical infrastructure assets and help keep the traveling public safe.
CableScan® Cable Stayed Bridge Inspection
Both visual and MFL (Magnetic Flux Leakage) to loacate loss of metallic area | corrosion inside the HDPE cable.
TendonScan® Post Tension Tendon Inspection Service
RopeScan® Wire Rope inspection service
Robotic, Lightweight, Wireless and Accurate
Locates loss of metallic area | corrosion inside the steel.
Crane Cable Inspection Service
Using Robotic Infrastructure Inspections can save time, money and lives.
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With more quantitative data, asset managers can make better budgetary decisions for maintenance and repairs. Correcting issues and preventing further deterioration can help keep the structure safe and extend its useful life.
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