Seminars have always been a part of SPRINT Robotics initiatives. As the collaborative has grown, the seminars have expanded in frequency, topics, and themes. One common thread has always remained: starting from the asset owner perspective in the drive to advance real-world deployments of robotics for Inspection and Maintenance.
Five days dedicated to different asset classes. The final day of the Global IMC Week was a highly successful session on Renewable Energy.
The seminar explores the synergies and best practices between onshore and offshore wind, looking how I&M robotic solutions contribute to asset management and a clean energy future.
Robotics for I&M can play a significant role in keeping the transport infrastructure operational.
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.
Safe and reliable access to water is a critical enabler for many industries. As water scarcity is becoming increasingly apparent, water-intensive industries are focusing closely on monitoring water use, treatment, and re-use across their operations.
Organized by SRAP, a one-day event featuring prominent technical speakers from companies and institutions active in robotic activities in Japan. In the fall of 2021, a follow-up event is planned.
SRAP Coordinator: Anthony Biviano (Woodside)
“Bringing industry, end-users, and vendors together to share and develop real use cases progresses innovation and creates a sustainable robotics market to allow all collaborators to thrive.”
SREU Coordinator: Ekkehard Zwicker (Waygate Technologies)
“The European Chapter played an active role in setting up and influencing the European Robotics Roadmap which will help to guide the research activities as well as future research grants into a direction we regard as key for our industry. A main achievement was to get Inspection & Maintenance as one of the four key pillars of robotic activities in European robotic research.”
SRNA Coordinator: Eric Sjerve (IRISNDT)
“SRNA has significantly accelerated the use of commercially available systems by connecting directly with end users at their sites of operation, while also facilitating their continued development supported by asset owner needs.”