Sonardyne looks at how robotics are currently used in the marine environment, and examine how they might be applied to future offshore wind projects.
The company will discuss the use of marine robotics for planning, monitoring, positioning and communication in offshore wind farms.
The full article includes:
- Floating offshore wind farms, maintained by robots – pipedream or possibility?
- Surveying and Constructing
- As wind farms go over the horizon, so will robotics
- Offshore Robotics 24/7?
The company delves into how robotics will be able to do their work at extremely long-range, become field resident, and reduce the financial and environmental impact of building and maintaining offshore wind farms.
Visit Sonardyne’s website for more information, or to read the full article.