As new technologies and robotic solutions emerge, how will facilities of the future look? The seminar “Robotic-Enabled Facilities” addresses a cross-section of topics, from robotic certifications and process automation to embedding robotics into routine operations and contributing to the industrial workforce of the future.
Robotic-Enabled Facilities Seminar Program
DAY 1: February 24, 2021
08:00 AM – 9:45 AM
open to the public
Rami Jabari, ExxonMobil – “Robotic Systems Enabling Unattended and Autonomous Operations”
Justin Dickman, UL – “Understanding Robotic Equipment Certification”
Christi Thoms-Knox & Colin McIntyre, Bechtel – “Partnering with Customers to Deliver Intelligent, Business Ready Facilities”
Jim Purvis & Chris Jansen, Worley & Advisian – “How to Design a Vessel for Robots – CAROL Case Study”
09:45 AM – 11:00 AM
SPRINT Robotics member companies
Adam Serblowski, Shell – “Embedding Robotics into Daily Operations”
Penny Chen, Yokogawa – “Enabling Large Deployment of Robots at Industrial Facilities”
Douglas Lee, Chevron – “Robotics Integration in Chevron Oronite”
DAY 2: February 25, 2021
08:00 AM – 11:00 AM
exclusively for SPRINT Robotics member companies
Christian Smith & Mariah Arevalo, Interactive Aerial & Dow – “Automating Internal, Confined Space Inspections”
Jürgen Moors, BASF – “The digital transformation: how to handle a mixture of brown and green field assets and the role of robotic solutions: the case of Utilities @ BASF Antwerp”
Scott Baumgartner, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries – “Mitsubishi: A Technology Provider’s Roadmap to Robotic-Enabled Facilities”
Eric Bartolli, Total – “Robotics Deployment in the Shetland, the Operator Feedback”
Alton Payne, BSEE – “Using Robotics Standardization to Enhance Safety Offshore”
Following the success of last year’s seminar, the SPRINT Robotics Collaborative is organizing the second edition of “Robotic-Enabled Facilities” this February.
The seminar will be a virtual event spread over two half-day sessions. New to the seminar is this year: one segment of the program will be open for the general public to attend. All other sessions will be exclusively for SPRINT Robotics member companies.