Column and shaft inspections have been conducted manually for years by lowerin an inspector down a bridge column or shaft, sometimes with oxygen. Placing an inspector at risk and providing only subjective information for the asset owner..Today’s current inspections can be conducted robotically.
New non-destructive testing methods that utilize robotics and advanced non-destructive testing can better assess shafts and columns than ever before.
With Infrastructure Preservation Corporations ColumnScan®, inspectors can remain outside of the danger zone and inspect a bridge shaft or column with much more detail and accuracy than ever before.
Infrastructure Preservation Corporation, IPC has developed advanced robotic column and shaft inspections to provide more quantitative data in a safer manner. All inspections exceed FHWA and AASHTO protocols for NBI inspections.
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Bridge columns, Shaft inspections, Flare stacks, Silos, Mining shafts and more..
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https://youtu.be/QEIbex9_HZo Updating 100 year old manual subjective inspections with modern technology and robotics to keep our infrastructure and traveling public safe. Features Portable Light Weight
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