At AIS Field, we are passionate about revolutionizing the way robotic inspection solutions are designed and implemented in the oil and energy industry. As a leading start-up in the field, we bring together cutting-edge technology, innovative thinking, and a customer-centric approach to deliver exceptional results. Calling on a wealth of experience, AIS Field key personnel deliver advanced NDT services globally to O&G, power generation, defence and growing range of industrial sectors globally. Our aim is to provide advanced robotic and software inspection solutions applying the 35+ years of experience gained in the NDT sector and challenging field conditions.

​Our mission is to empower our clients with advanced robotic inspection systems that enhance safety, increase efficiency, and optimize asset management. We understand the unique challenges faced by the oil and energy industry, and we are committed to providing tailored solutions that address these challenges head-on.

At AIS Field, we believe in collaboration and partnership. We work closely with our clients to gain a deep understanding of their specific needs and challenges. This collaborative approach allows us to develop customized robotic inspection systems that integrate seamlessly into their operations, delivering precise results and valuable insights.



Creatıng FiL

The Plant constructional drawings are re-drawn and configured focussing only on required detail and features, assigning a unique and sequential numbering system, essential in establishing Quality Control for any inspection programme, whilst also providing a scaled 3D model…an extremely useful tool for many aspects of plant management.

Powerful Database

The consolidation and easy retrieval of inspection records greatly assists engineers in the efficient management of the detail of plant and inspection records, and the results/findings and importantly the ‘status’, over the plant system lifetime, providing a powerful means for planning inspection programmes and managing lifetime assessment and remaining life.

The on-line database benefits multi-user open access.