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Technology in Action: Robotics

To stay competitive in the corrosion industry, companies must continually be looking for more efficient, safe, and cost-effective ways to inspect and maintain assets. There are many opportunities for the increased use of robotic solutions in all aspects of the corrosion industry, but the primary reasons focus on limiting human intervention for both safety and accuracy.

This book presents the reader with multiple examples of the use of robotic unmanned and remote-controlled systems, be they underground, on the ground, or in the air.  

2020 NACE, 6" x 9" trim size, B&W, perfect bound, 62 pages

Product Number: 37655
ISBN: 978-1-57590-403-0
Publication Date: 2020
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Unmanned (UAVs) and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) have been around for a long time and have served varied and important purposes, with technical improvements in both electronics and materials contributing to their increased usefulness across many industries.

In terms of the corrosion industry, to stay competitive companies must continually be looking for more efficient, safe, and cost-effective ways to inspect and maintain assets. There are estimates that the global industrial inspection and maintenance market is valued at US$450 billion, and while that is the broad market figure, it clearly reflects the enormous opportunity and potential for implementing robotic solutions in all the industries that corrosion touches.

This book presents the reader with multiple examples of the use of robotic unmanned and remote-controlled systems, be they underground, on the ground, or in the air.

Chapters include, Corrosion Detection Using Robotic Vehicles; Underground Radar Detects Infrastructure Damage; Managing Tank Integrity; Robotic Crawler Turns the Unpiggable into Piggalbe; Automation for More Accurate CP Site Surverys; and UAVs Take on Mission for Marine Corrosion, Coating Inspection.

2020 NACE, 6" x 9" trim size, B&W, perfect bound, 62 pages

Unmanned (UAVs) and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) have been around for a long time and have served varied and important purposes, with technical improvements in both electronics and materials contributing to their increased usefulness across many industries.

In terms of the corrosion industry, to stay competitive companies must continually be looking for more efficient, safe, and cost-effective ways to inspect and maintain assets. There are estimates that the global industrial inspection and maintenance market is valued at US$450 billion, and while that is the broad market figure, it clearly reflects the enormous opportunity and potential for implementing robotic solutions in all the industries that corrosion touches.

This book presents the reader with multiple examples of the use of robotic unmanned and remote-controlled systems, be they underground, on the ground, or in the air.

Chapters include, Corrosion Detection Using Robotic Vehicles; Underground Radar Detects Infrastructure Damage; Managing Tank Integrity; Robotic Crawler Turns the Unpiggable into Piggalbe; Automation for More Accurate CP Site Surverys; and UAVs Take on Mission for Marine Corrosion, Coating Inspection.

2020 NACE, 6" x 9" trim size, B&W, perfect bound, 62 pages

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