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In the oil, gas, and water industries, in-pipe robots have shown promising solutions to reach the inaccessible parts of pipeline networks for condition assessment, leak detection, and fluid quality monitoring. However, the pipeline networks have different sizes and configurations, and there are long lines of pipes that make the operation of in-pipe robots challenging. In this paper, we first categorize the mechanical systems of in-pipe robots and classify them. We then define four missionsdoi:10.1109/access.2021.3130233 fatcat:rmry4vbcivdxvhvei7uqdlogt4