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Task Force Cleaning & Fabric Maintenance

In 2020, the Task Force Cleaning & Fabric Maintenance was launched on behalf of several subject matter experts from major oil & gas and petrochemical companies to accelerate the development and utilization of Cleaning & Fabric Maintenance. Their first initiative was the CFM Challenge: five challenge categories, with one winning solution provider to receive $50,000 and the opportunity to further develop the solution.

CFM Challenge

Exploring new robotic solutions for Cleaning & Fabric Maintenance of

Capital-Intensive Infrastructure

The CFM Challenge was initiated to find demonstrable robotic technologies that can be used for the cleaning & fabric maintenance of storage tanks, pressure vessels, process piping, and their associated supporting infrastructure. SPRINT Robotics managed and executed the CFM Challenge on behalf of several subject matter experts from major oil & gas and petrochemical companies that form the Task Force Cleaning & Fabric Maintenance. The winning solution provider will receive a reward of €50.000, and the opportunity to further develop their solution and its application through direct meetings with the Task Force assisting the overall development program with asset owner insights.

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Contact

SRAP

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

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

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.”