The global robotics market in the energy sector is expected to be worth more than £8 billion by 2050, according to a new report.
The world’s first, fully design approved EX-rated robotic camera inspection device – Magneto-EX – was officially unveiled in Perth, Australia, last night, claimed Nexxis, the company behind it.
Subsea UK's annual Underwater Robotics conference will return in October with a live-streamed event demonstrating the latest advances in underwater robotic technology and exploring the opportunities and challenges of an autonomous future.
The rise of the machines – it’s not something that’s ever portrayed in a positive light in Sci-Fi movies or novels. But a new legion of souped-up robots is getting ready to boot up and make the offshore energy sector safer, keeping us out of harm’s way.
UK offshore wind workers could soon be kept safe using a remotely operated search and rescue service.
Robots could replace hundreds of thousands of oil and gas jobs, save billions in drilling costs by 2030, Rystad says
Even when the Covid-19 downturn is finally past us, operators will have to continue exploring new avenues for cost reductions to be better equipped to withstand future market declines. In a report that looked into the adoption of robotics across the petroleum industry, Rystad Energy found that existing solutions could replace hundreds of thousands of oil and gas jobs globally and reduce drilling labor costs by several billion dollars by 2030, if there is an industry push for such a transition.
Malaysian national oil company (NOC) Petronas and robotics company ANYbotics are co-developing a four-legged dog-like robot for autonomous robotic inspection at offshore oil and gas platforms.
Two of the UK’s leading research organisations in the development of robotics for use in offshore renewables have teamed up to bridge the gap between academia and industry.
A Swiss-designed, autonomous, four-legged robot has been put through its paces on a converter platform in the German North Sea.
Aberdeen-based Innospection has partnered with Shell on a £6.8 million scheme to develop robots to inspect tanks of floating production, storage and offloading vessels (FPSOs).
More than 500,000 Scottish jobs could be created through Artificial Intelligence by 2037.
A revolutionary project which will see the world’s first autonomous robot working on an oil rig has been unveiled.
The NASA space agency will return to Aberdeen and wider Aberdeenshire this year in an effort to inspire young people into the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields within the energy industry.