Robotic Corrosion Management: What to Know Before Investing

By Corrosionpedia Staff | Published: June 22, 2022
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Corrosionpedia sits down with Cody Warner, Global Sales Director at Deep Trekker Inc., and Robert Dahlstrom, CEO and founder of Apellix, to discuss how robotics can help inspect and prevent corrosion.

The global robotics market is expected to reach $214.68 billion by 2030, according to Market Research Future, and recent advances in robotics have made automated solutions an attractive tool for asset owners in a variety of industries.

Corrosionpedia is sitting down with Cody Warner, Global Sales Director at Deep Trekker Inc., and Robert Dahlstrom, CEO and founder of Apellix, to discuss:

  • How robotics can help inspect and prevent corrosion.
  • Industries moving towards robotic corrosion management.
  • Key drivers of robotic corrosion hardware adoption.
  • Developments/trends in robotic corrosion management technology.
  • Types of robotic corrosion management hardware.
  • Things to consider before purchasing a corrosion prevention/inspection robot.

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