Infrastructure Preservation Corporation saves billions in transportation funding with the launch of its first 3 patented robotic infrastructure inspection services
The early detection of corrosion and deterioration in structures does not only help to save billions in untimely replacements but also ensures that lives are not lost. The recent update to the 50-year old antiquated infrastructure inspection methods with robotics by Infrastructure Preservation Corporation ensures that corrosion and deterioration in structures are detected early and subsequently corrected.
The current methods of inspecting cables, roads, and bridges are plagued with high labor costs, compromised public safety and high margins for error. However, the innovative idea by Infrastructure Preservation Corporation uses robots for inspection, ensuring that public infrastructure is safe and can last for a longer period, helping to save billions of dollars in extending the service life of our infrastructure assets resulting in billions in infrastructure savings.
The patented robotic infrastructure inspection services cover CableStayScan, TendonScan™, BridgeScan™, CrackScan™, and High Mast Light Pole, PoleScan™. Some of the benefits of the new infrastructure inspection method introduced by IPC include improved safety, no lane closures, 360-degree field of view, quantitative results and cost savings.
IPC’s Inspection Services include bridge inspections, road inspections, drawbridge inspections and the latest robotic inspections. IPC also provides the Department of Transportation with the information needed to help properly budget and maintain public infrastructure.
IPC has also setup an in house investment department, for interested investors to key into the innovation in infrastructure and robotics to help maintain worldwide infrastructures.
About Infrastructure Preservation Corporation
Infrastructure Preservation Corporation is a complex bridge inspection, nondestructive testing (NDT) and robotic engineering company that combines advanced nondestructive testing with robotic technology, to assess public infrastructure and provide condition assessment reports with quantifiable data and actionable items with unprecedented detail never seen before in the infrastructure inspection industry.
IPC also works with the Transportation Research Board, federal and state department of transportations and asset managers to develop innovate and effective new wave of inspection technology and practices that improves inspection results by locating early stage deterioration for repairs.