Inductosense, reached the milestone of 5000 sensors shipped to customers this week. With the latest WAND shipment despatched to a major oil and gas customer in India, 14 countries now have the WAND system in operation.
Established in 2015, Inductosense is a spin-out from the Ultrasonics and Non-Destructive Testing Group at the University of Bristol. The company’s wall thickness monitoring technology was developed over several years at the University by Dr. Chenghuan Zhong, Prof. Anthony Croxford and Prof. Paul Wilcox. The company has since developed a range of WAND solutions increased the workforce, grown a network of partnerships, and has been validated by multiple major oil and gas operators. Inductosense continues to design, develop, and manufacture WAND solutions from their Bristol base and maintains unparalleled lead times.
CEO of Inductosense, Dr. Matt Butcher, said “This is a big achievement for the team, we have experienced rapid growth over the last 7 years, despite the economic climate. Bringing new and disruptive technology to market has not been without its challenges, we’re now in a strong position with WAND successfully validated by a number of major oil and gas companies. In addition, we recently launched the much-anticipated WAND-RDC for automated measurements, it’s a really exciting time for the team”.