In July 2017, Subsite Electronics acquired the assets of R.S. Technical Services, Inc. (RST), an industry leader in pipeline inspection technologies. As of January 24, 2018, the RST brand officially becomes known as Subsite.
While new technologies have continuously improved utility locating and HDD guidance, the tracking process on HDD bores has remained relatively unchanged since the introduction of horizontal directional drilling. Subsite Electronics, a Charles Machine Works Company and leader in HDD Guidance System solutions, plans to change that. New technologies from the company have made possible an HDD process they are calling Green Ops that will reduce risk and improve efficiency and profitability on HDD bores.
Subsite Electronics, a Charles Machine Works Company, has announced the acquisition of the assets of R.S. Technical Services, Inc. (RST), an innovator in the design and manufacture of closed-circuit television remote inspection and monitoring cameras. The deal adds proven camera inspection capabilities to Subsite's robust line of Underground Awareness solutions.
Subsite Electronics, a Charles Machine Works Company, has introduced its most advanced HDD guidance display ever: the Commander 7. The new display offers enhanced capabilities to the TK RECON Series HDD Guidance System and delivers all vital tracking data to both the tracker operator and the drill operator.
Subsite Electronics is helping put a focus on safety in underground utility jobsites with its support for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers’ (AEM) Utility Awareness Campaign. The AEM campaign aims to promote safety best practices and debunk common myths associated with underground utility installations.