mina breaks the 1000 downloads mark!

When mina appeared on the Scanprobe Techniques stand at the No-Dig Live exhibition in Peterborough in September 2018, it was different. Amongst the strong ‘yellow and black’ of the Scanprobe brand was this large presence of “bluey-turqoise” and the word “mina”. And an iPad. Not your usual set up for a company manufacturing products to

WinCan reports without the PC software? Yep…

From the moment there was a Maxprobe, there was WinCan’s pipeline inspection software embedded into it.  Paired with their office-based software suite, drainage professionals could use the Maxprobe push-rod camera system with WinCan embedded to compile the intricate details of their pipeline survey into a clear and concise WinCan report so to summarise their findings. 

Cowboys Beware: there’s a new Sheriff in town…

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...
Initially released in October 2018 at the No Dig Live trade exhibition, mina was showcasing it’s built-in pipeline inspection survey drawing package but hinted at a greater level of connectivity.  That greater level is here, as with this latest update mina now boasts the ability to connect your Apple iPhone or iPad to your Maxprobe

Maxprobe Print is completely un-PC…

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