Vertech group has led the charge in heavily reducing and eventually removing manned inspections through improved methods such as Risk Based Inspection (RBI) and Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII), and improved technologies such as Remote Digital Visual Inspection (RDVI), Robotic Crawlers, pipeline crawlers, Unmanned Areal Vehicles (UAVs), and Mini- and Micro-ROVs.
RDVI uses remote digital systems such as robots or crawlers to internally inspect and assess difficult to access areas without the need for Confined Space Entry (CSE). RDVI is effective for Foreign Object Search and Retrieval (FOSAR), condition assessments and process efficiency assessments. Vertech offers the latest generation RDVI systems and robots alongside the most experienced people in the Asia Pacific region to ensure the best-in-class outcome and safety excellence to all projects.
Vertech has class accreditation with International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) and is a recognised member of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for 'Remote Inspection Techniques: UAV Inspection'. When combined with marine surveyors, ACIP or API inspectors our CASA-accredited pilots are able to complete safe, efficent and cost-effective inspections of marine structures without the need for manned alternatives such as rope access or CSE.