Oil and gas and robotics specialists collaborated at the Oil & Gas Technology Centre’s Robotics Week from 30 October to 2 November to identify 15 potential projects that could accelerate the use of robotics offshore.
This event connected industry, experts and academia to explore and accelerate the use of robotics offshore.
The potential application of robotics in the oil & gas industry is almost limitless. Companies could re-imagine their business processes and reap a productivity transformation. But this will only be possible if we understand the challenges and collaborate on the potential solutions. The intent of the week was to connect various oil and gas, robotics, and academic experts to explore and accelerate the use of robotics offshore.
COROMA project was presented at the exhibition space of Shadow Robot Company.
Shadow is one of Britain’s longest-running robotics firms and a leading developer of technology around grasping and manipulation for robotics.
The company has over 20 years experience of Innovate UK and European research projects (FP7 and H2020) as researcher, developer and end-user. Shadow’s broad expertise in robotics allows their engineers to engage in unique projects, helping our clients solve difficult problems through bespoke systems.