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Hobart Water Works & Fulcrum: Capturing large dams in Tasmania

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Mike Larkin is the Managing Director of Fulcrum, one of Australia’s leading robotics service providers, based out of Tasmania and working internationally.

Teaming up with Trendspek, Fulcrum delivers clients with rapid asset capture, and 3D models with an unprecedented level of detail. Already an innovator, Mike hopes to see this more advanced and accurate form of inspection become business-as-usual for asset owners around the country and the world.

READ MORE ABOUT FULCRUM'S TRIAL OF TRENDSPEK SOFTWARE HERE

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