Robotic Technology That Can Help Save Our Infrastructure!
Bridge Inspections with modern technology and roboticsAugust 9th, 2018 Author: Doug Thaler
Bridge Inspection Technology that Exceeds FHWA and AASHTO requirements helps provide quantitative data for asset owners to better allocate assets and keep our infrastructure safe!
Post Tension Tendons Inspections
Bridge Deck Inspections
An infrastructure crisis of herculean proportion now exists in the US. At every level, the U.S. government is struggling with how to repair, replace, and maintain the nation’s aging bridges, roads, water management systems and more.
Cable Stay Bridge Inspection
Robotic Column & Shaft Inspections
Infrastructure failures could have significant impact on daily life if action is not taken. Metropolitan, state and federal Departments of Transportation (DOTs) do not have the funds to replace aging infrastructure and are looking for ways to prolong service life.
With limited budgets, manpower and an overwhelming amount of work, department of transportations are turning to technology to pick up the slack.
Modern technology and robotics utilize fewer man hours almost no lane closures or bucket trucks and report more quantitative data than ever seen before.
Wire Rope Inspection
Concrete Crack Inspection Service
High Mast Light Pole Repair Robot
High Mast Light Pole Inspection
Minimize lane closures and bucket trucks, traffic delays and subjective inspections. Receive the information you need to better allocate assets and extend the service life of critical infrastructure assets.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nP-E6FYs3ghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIe4EQx539s Press release Bureau Veritas Announces Partnership Agreement with Infrastructure Preservation Corporation that Introduces Revolutionary Robotics Technology for the Inspection of Aging Infrastructure NEW
Bureau Veritas Announces Partnership Agreement with Infrastructure Preservation Corporation that Introduces Revolutionary Robotics Technology for the Inspection of Aging Infrastructure NEW YORK, Jan. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Bureau