Get a bigger “win” with your WinCan survey
Monday, 27 July 2020
When WinCan first released a software package into the sewer inspection industry in 1990, they were able to boast that they “created this market“. 30 years and over 8,500 installs later, WinCan sits proudly at the top of the drain inspection survey market, and has been a popular feature on Scanprobe’s flagship pipeline inspection camera,
Android – the new home for mina!
Tuesday, 03 March 2020
“That’s great, but when is it going to be on Android?” If we had a nickel for every time that we have heard this comment when promoting mina Survey, well, we would have an awful lot of nickels! That was because when we first launched mina back in September 2018, it was launched on iOS
Cowboys Beware: there’s a new Sheriff in town…
Friday, 13 December 2019
It’s 2019, not the Wild West, but yet somehow cowboys are still a problem in today’s society. Only in this case it is cowboy firms who are looking to trick the...
Maxprobe Print is completely un-PC…
Friday, 01 February 2019
Before you ask, no, Maxprobe Print is not an ‘inappropriate joke generator’, but it is still very much “un-PC”, and is the latest development fresh out of Scanprobe Techniques for 2019 designed to save customers both time and money. Sounds too good to be true right? Just as with the TrapJumper and our mobile application
Push Rod Cameras: the difference between expensive and not fit for purpose
Thursday, 08 March 2018
The terms “expensive” and “not fit for purpose” are generally polar-opposites, and so the differences are likely to be many, much the same as if we had replaced the term “not fit for purpose” with “cheap”. But whilst “expensive” is an emotive term generally used when talking about a lot of money in comparison to