– This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824990
Robotics for I&M can play a significant role in keeping the transport infrastructure operational. Join the free seminar to hear on latest developments.
Transport infrastructure is a critical ingredient in economic development. Transport infrastructure consists of different assets, such as roads, railways, bridges and tunnels, many of them heavily operated and with difficult access. Keeping the infrastructure safe and operational is key to society, however, I&M can be costly and dangerous. Some of the assets require special and expensive equipment such as under-bridge cranes, rigging or divers, not to mention that interference should be avoided as much as possible.
Robotics for I&M can play a significant role in keeping the transport infrastructure operational. Robotics can contribute through increased collection of reliable data in remote, inaccessible or hazardous environments in a manner that is safe, efficient and cost-effective.
— PROGRAM —
Jack Cornes, Hausbots together with Highways England – “Using Robotics for Graffiti Removal”
Arjen de Jong, Aquatic Drones – “Autonomous waterborne I&M”
Akhilesh Goveas, SpectX – “Autonomous aerial radiography (NDT) of railway infrastructure”
Sigurd Mørkved Albrektsen, SINTEF – “Piloting Project”
Dr Ilona Schöting, Analytics Pika – “Data based mission planning for humans and robots”
Open Call Project: Béatrice Rivalier, VLM Robotics – “3RC (RRRc)”
Open Call Project: Gintautas Nedzveckas, Thrust – “GreenBee”
Open Call Project: Carlos Martin, VES Robotics Applications – “ACIDRONES”
SPRINT Robotics and RIMA Network will co-host “Focus on Transport Infrastructure: Latest Developments in Robotics for I&M”
December 15, 2021
14:00 – 16:00 CET
The seminar is free of charge, registration required.
Start date: 15 December 2021
Start time: 14:00
End date: 15 December 2021
End time: 16:00
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