Focus Forward: Renewable Energy Day | Presentations

Focus Forward: Renewable Energy
December 18, 2020


Shaping the future of robotics for Inspection, Maintenance and Cleaning

On December 18, 2020, SPRINT Robotics presented “Focus Forward: Renewable Energy”, a 2,5 hour seminar to explore and discuss emerging technologies in the renewable energy sector.


Typical O&M Requirements in the Wind Turbines Industry and possible Robot-Supported Solutions Aero Enterprise​

Robert Hörmann

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Asset Owner & Service Provider Perspective Dekra

Marcus Jocham​

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FOW Operation and Maintenance supported by Marine Drone Imodco

Antoine Jeannin

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Harvesting the power of Drones to inspect Wind Farms: a solution for Confined Spaces Flyability

Junio Palomba

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Transitioning from Drone-based to ground-based winch solution for Wind Turbine Blade maintenance Aerones

Salvis Brālītis

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Remote Inspection & Maintenance for Wind Turbine Blade & Towers Eddyfi

Liam Hanna

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Robotics Innovations for Offshore Wind:

a UK perspective


Nikos Pronios

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Empowering Innovation with the U.S. Department of Energy and the American-Made Challenges U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

Emily Evans & Sarah Truitt,

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RIMA Innovation Challenges RIMA

Maarit Sandelin

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Panel Discussion: Industry Challenges Click Here


About SPRINT Robotics
The SPRINT Robotics Collaborative is a global, not-for-profit, industry-driven organization which focuses on the development, availability and application of robotics techniques in technical inspections and maintenance of capital-intensive infrastructure. Founded in 2015, it has developed into a strong organization with a strong support base of more than 90 organizations globally. It has become the internationally recognized platform for Inspection & Maintenance Robotics, primarily for the Petrochemical Industry. One major focus of SPRINT Robotics is to engage and bring together the whole value chain, from end users to service and technology providers.