Moritex stoops to help underfloor buildings inspection

Share this on social media:

VisionScope Technologies has used Moritex's handheld PalmScope video capture devices to provide an integrated inspection, image capture and data archiving solution for underfloor buildings inspection.

During the restoration of a cottage in Harpenden, UK workers reported pungent odours coming from below the floorboards of the building.  Traditionally buildings inspectors have either had to resort to the high cost of buying/renting a video endoscopic inspection system or the considerable inconvenience of taking up flooring. 

The PalmScope is a versatile video recording device that will work with a wide range of cameras and video endoscopes.

Recent News

12 February 2021

Video recorded at 2,800 frames per second has been used to test high-speed trains travelling through the newly opened Ceneri Base Tunnel in Switzerland

29 July 2020

The Perseverance rover contains 19 cameras, including seven scientific instruments. It will analyse the climate and geology of Mars, looking for signs of past life, as well as monitoring the Martian atmosphere

02 July 2020

Norwegian seafood firm, Lerøy, has installed hyperspectral cameras on processing lines to sort fish. The system is able to measure the amount of blood in white fish, which gives a grade of quality

09 June 2020

Hyperspectral imaging is being used in a research programme at hospitals in Maryland and New York to investigate the prognostic value of skin findings associated with Covid-19 infection