Vessel inspection drone ready for launch

David Knukkel, director of RIMS, demonstrating the Elios drone David Knukkel, director of RIMS, demonstrating the Elios drone

Robotica in Maintenance Strategies (RIMS) has launched a new inspection service for enclosed spaces using Elios drone technology, targeted at the maritime and offshore industries.

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