Inuktun Services Ltd. (ISL) was founded in 1989 to design and manufacture Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) and modular robotic systems for use in confined spaces and hazardous environments. Since then, the company has built a reputation as the expert in remote controlled robotic transport and delivery of visual inspection equipment and instrumentation tooling. The company also offers a complete range of engineering services from conceptual design through to project completion.
Device/Component ManufacturerRemotely Operated Vehicle, Robotics Systems
Spectrum 45 Pan and Tilt Camera from Inuktun Services Ltd.
Variable Geometry Tracked Vehicle from Inuktun Services Ltd.
Versatrax 150™ from Inuktun Services Ltd.
Versatrax 300 VLR™ Crawler Vehicles from Inuktun
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