Houghton International gives Enercon wind turbine new lease of life
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“More autonomy and intelligence will come to offshore operations. The cost savings and safety improvements are too great to ignore. Professionals should join this seminar to understand how these technologies will change operations and hear from experts in the field who are making these changes happen today, now.”
Iain Wallace, Chief Technology Officer, Rovco
Robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) are redefining the offshore wind working environment with health and safety improvements during inspection and maintainance of wind turbines thanks to reduced human intervention in potentially dangerous environments. Robotic technology for applications, including aerial and underwater units, are not only improving safety but also boosting productivity and cost efficiency.
With the UKRI investing £26.6m as part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, attend this event to find out how they are shaping the development of robots to take people out of dangerous work environments and go into areas beyond human limits. Hear from ORE Catapult as they share plans for UK test infrastructure to support and de-risk technology developments.
Gain technological insights from ongoing projects with Rovco, L3 ASV, Cyberhawk, University of Edinburgh and MODUS. Take away lessons learned from the implementation of RAS in offshore wind to reduce operational expenditure, improve energy generation and health and safety with Ørsted, DNV GL and Siemens Gamesa Denmark.
Tony Quinn, Test Facilities Director, ORE Catapult
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