13T Subsea - Application of Robotic Discovery in Operations

13T Subsea - Application of Robotic Discovery in Operations

05 Sep 2019, 14:30 - 16:30

Room 4
English (United Kingdom)

There's a revolution happening around us from smart homes to smart cities and of course smart facilities, where robots are supporting us in day-to-day activities by either working alongside us or alone in extreme and hazardous environments. This session explores the advances in robotics to support a safer way of operating in the subsea environment. Hear from developers and their case studies on how they are using robotic technology to change the way we manage subsea operations.


1430       195776  Large Modifiable Underwater Mothership: A Case Study for Ocean Bottom Nodes Deployment and Recovery

                              S. Ritz, M. Golz, F. Boeck, G. Holbach, Technical University of Berlin;

                              M. Kurowski, E. Rentzow, T. Jeinsch, University of Rostock; W.H. Wehner,

                              N. Richter, T. Voß, thyssenkrupp Marine Systems

1500       195768  Reducing Costs Through Digitisation and Condition Based Monitoring

                              G. Lindsay, B. Nobakht, C. Marshall, TUV SUD National Engineering Laboratory

1530       195709  In-Line Robot for Asset Pipeline Inspection

                              G. Carnie, A. Pruthuru, X. Meng, EC-OG

 1600      195711  Innovations in Inspection Processes for Marine Pipelines

                                E.A. Primeau, BP       



  • Rebecca Allison



  • Drummond Lawson


    Subsea Technologies Ltd.

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