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Cable Stay Bridge Inspections Go Robotic

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Robotic Cable Stay Bridge Inspection Services.

Updates 50 year old manual inspections to provide the asset owners with the information they need to insure cablestay integrity.



* Units are light weight

* Portable

* Wireless

* More cost effective

* Provide more quantitative data than every seen before. 

* Helps the asset owners better allocate assets.

For more information about cable stay bridge inspections. Please fill out the form below or call 727-372-2900 Ext.24

Bridge Inspections Go Robotic

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Robotic bridge inspection services has been the core focus of IPC since 2009. With portable light weight robotic infrastructure inspection equipment and services, IPC can deploy a team worldwide providing more quantitative data than previously available. The services require fewer lane closures or bucket trucks are battery operated, wireless and rugged for field use.  All inspection are carried out by experienced, qualified inspectors.


For more information or to discuss a scope of work or call 727-372-2900 Ext.24:

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