Robotic Technology That Can Help Save Our Infrastructure!
Bridge Inspections with Nondestructive Testing and RoboticsJanuary 22nd, 2018 Author: Doug Thaler
Robotic Nondestructive Testing Helps Improve Infrastructure without raising costs.
Nondestructive testing and robotic bridge inspections will start to provide the department of transportation with quantitative data to better allocate assets to maintain our infrastructure.
Bridge inspections have to be updated from manual and subjective to using technology if we are to stay competitive on the world stage.
IPC's BridgeScan peers through the road surface to find issues before the become life threatening. IPC's service will work to locate utilities, underground pipes and obstructions, voids water intrusion, delamination & more..
Post Tension tendon inspections peer through concrete to locate section loss in the steel that hold up our bridges and box girder roadways. Another device locates air and water inside the tendon.
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High Mast Light Pole Inspection Service inspects the pole, seam, luminaries acrobatically. We also conduct ultrasonic testing of the anchor bolts to insure the poles integrity.
Concrete crack testing, No lane closures or bucket trucks. Completely maps the concrete slab showing x, y and z coordinates of concrete cracks. Maintains information and shows progression over time.
Suspender rope tensile load testing using nondestructive testing and robotics.
High Mast Light Pole repair bot. Repair rust spots and protect with a protective paint coating robotically. No lane closures or bucket trucks required.
Infrastructure Preservation Corporation, IPC is a nondestructive testing and robotic engineering company that developed robotic infrastructure inspection services to help solve problems that will help the department of transportation more efficiently manage budgets and help engineering firms best determine areas of concern on their customers assets.