Pipeline inspection data

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Pipeline Analytics

Pipeline Analytics' updated WinCan VX emphasizes cloud-based work flows and data access, plus enhanced reporting and analytical capabilities. It also offers new support for value-added processes like pipe cleaning, rehabilitation and leak detection. The system augments existing functional areas like GIS, laser/sonar scanning, side scanning, image measurement, and municipal database integration. WinCan VX gives customers unprecedented latitude as to how their data is stored: on a closed network, hosted on a proprietary cloud server or hosted offsite at its server cluster.

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