Industry Pioneer In Pipeline Assessment and Analysis
The industry demanded robotic platforms that can provide highly advanced data to analyze aging infrastructure, and RedZone met this challenge with multi-sensor inspection technology (MSI). MSI uses synchronized digital CCTV, laser profiling, and sonar to provide a complete profile of critical pipes.
The results obtained from MSI offerings have enabled wastewater managers and engineers to obtain a truer picture of their system, and allowed them to make significantly better decisions about the maintenance of critical, main pipes.
Knowledge to Successfully Manage Wastewater Systems
RedZone’s web-based, PACP certified ICOM® asset management software gathers past and present collection system information to create a centralized GIS-centric database, enabling decision support to budget, plan, and provide work order management.
This translates to more cost efficient and effective capital improvement projects, more tightly integrated inspection viewing, and improved prioritization of repairs and maintenance.
Our advanced pipeline assessment robots gather the most robust data about system condition through the use of multi-sensor inspection technology.
Provide your team with advanced planning, prioritizing, and management tools for all of your inspection, maintenance, and refurbishment activities.
- Optimized inspection planning
- Multi-vendor inspection support
- Multi-sensor data viewer
- PACP/MACP/WRc import/export
- GIS-based asset inventory
- Activity based work orders
- Maintenance planner/scheduler
- Route management
- Mobile field works
- Condition assessment
- Risk and criticality
- CIP planning
- Asset life-cycle planning
- Regulatory compliance
Advanced data collection service and reporting by the multi-sensor inspection innovators.
RedZone’s team of highly trained specialists deploy condition assessment tools for you.
MSI Specialty Reports
Multi-sensor inspection (MSI) reporting to engineer and plan rehabilitation.
YES – Your Entire System
Allows authorities and engineering firms to plan standard or unique programs.
What Customers Are Saying
With RedZone’s proven MSI technology, the Fort Worth Water Department has saved $2.9 million in large diameter cleaning cost to date. It is estimated that the ICAP (Interceptor Condition Assessment Program) methodology of “inspect-to-clean” will result in a savings of $15.2 million in cleaning costs over the six year program.
Darrell Gadberry, Collections System Manager, Fort Worth Water Department
For more information on RedZone’s technology or services, contact your local RedZone representative.