The race is on to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.
Clean energy is gathering speed and industries are rapidly shifting their focus to new markets.
Robotics for I&M are poised to play a significant role in the transition to clean energy. On- and offshore wind energy are undergoing a period of explosive growth; solar is one of the fastest-growing renewable power sources. Wind and solar farms present significant opportunities for use I&M robotics, helping to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and increase safety and productivity.
Continuing the success of the seminar in May, SPRINT Robotics and RIMA Network will co-host the next version of “Focus on Clean Energy: The Impact of Robotics for I&M”. The seminar captures synergies and best practices between on- and offshore wind, solar, and hydroelectrics, exploring the role I&M robotics can play in reducing carbon emissions and contributing to a clean energy future.
This seminar is free of charge. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/focus-on-clean-energy-the-impact-of-robotics-for-im-tickets-190195559037
Focus on Clean Energy: The Impact of Robotics for I&M
November 23, 2021
14:00 – 16:00 CET
Welcome & Introduction
Offshore Wind Robotic Use Cases
Dan Sumner, ORE Catapult & David Wavell, ORCA hub
Before lightning strikes: Deploying a Voliro flying robotic solution to inspect wind turbine blade LPS
Chris Udell, Voliro
Automating remote inspections of submerged assets with underwater drones.
Igor Martin, Hydromea
ANYbotics - Autonomous Robots for Industrial Inspections
Luca Niccolini, Anybotics
Fully Autonomous Inspections of Offshore Wind Farms with Forssea Robotics’ Argos ROV
Rodrigo Castro, FORSSEA Robotics
DIGISUB – Subsea Digitalization
Felipe Laydner de Melo Rosa, SENAI CIMATEC
Ralph Krook, Shore Systems
SPARC I&M Project
Andreas Kokkas, SolarCleano
Chris Cieslak, BladeBUG