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Autonomous robot inspections in the energy sector
Manual inspections in power generation and distribution facilities are ridden with a plethora of challenges surrounding remoteness of locations, dangerous work environments and rising costs of deployment.

Making things harder is the staggering number of facilities that need to be inspected. There are over 7,000 power plants and over 55,000 substations in the US alone.

How are autonomous inspection robots tackling these challenges and adding value in the energy sector?

They can be deployed in dangerous environments and controlled remotely to capture high quality data, deliver actionable information and integrate seamlessly to existing operations management systems. All that, while being cost-effective and easy to onboard.

Join the webinar to see our robot fleet in a live demo! Learn how we have been extending our expertise from Oil & Gas to the Energy sector through our latest deployment in power substations.

Date: Thursday, 30th of September, 2021
Time: 11:00 CET/09:00 UTC

The time doesn't suit you? No worries, we've got you covered. Join us at 17:00 CET/15:00 UTC by following this link:


What to look forward to in the webinar?

1. Live demo of inspection missions by our robot fleet including Spot, from Boston Dynamics, and Rover from Rover Robotics

2. Learn about industrial use-cases and problems solved through autonomous robots

3. Best practices derived from 2 years of our experience in implementing robots in the brownfield industry with over 30,000 hours

4. Value added by autonomous inspections in terms of operational efficiency, workplace safety and cost effectiveness

Be a part of the Webinar and learn how we push the boundaries of what is possible and extract the full potential of robots.

About us: Energy Robotics provides an end-to-end solution for autonomous inspections in capital-intensive industries such as oil & gas, chemical and energy.
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