Innovation in digital, autonomous, and robotic technology is driving the future of offshore renewables. Unique research and testing facilities at ORE Catapult is helping to accelerate this solution evolution. #ORERobotics
As offshore wind in the UK triples capacity over the next decade, the adoption of robotics and autonomous systems is vital to achieving this expansion in renewable energy and reaching Net Zero.
Robotic solutions can reduce human deployment in hazardous conditions offshore, make technology more efficient, and optimise specialist skills – ultimately reducing costs, improving reliability and cutting the carbon footprint of offshore renewable energy.
Robotics & Autonomous Solutions for Offshore Wind
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The Digital, Autonomous and Robotics Engineering (DARE) Centre at ORE Catapult in Blyth is the first of it's kind in the UK.Find out more
National robotics centre for the offshore renewable energy revolution opens in Blyth.Read More
The biggest offshore wind ‘living lab’ in the world to be developed in the Humber.Read More
The Robotics Revolution in the offshore renewables industry.Read More
The Role of Robotics in the Future of Offshore Wind and Net Zero (2021)Read More
Scottish-based subsea robotics system set to clean up in the offshore wind industry.Read More
UK companies demonstrate new tech solutions to aid future offshore wind maintenance.Read More
Zelim successfully completes trials of its sea rescue system.Read More
Testing Digital, Autonomous and Robotics AssetsRead More
Robotics and Autonomous Systems for Offshore WindRead More
Testing & ValidationRead More
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