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This paper analyzes the potential to apply mobile service robots in offshore oil and gas producing environments. The required hardware and software components and abilities of such a mobile offshore inspection and manipulation robot are presented in this paper.
This paper describes a feasibility study for the use of robotics in offshore oil and gas exploration and production facilities. One application for robotics with potential to reduce operational expenditure and health, safety and environment exposure is a Mobile Universal Service Robot. The implementation of a first demonstrator and its evaluation in a real… (More)
Plug-and-Produce (with the meaning that devices can be plugged in without any manual configurations needed) is an attractive paradigm for manufacturing systems, and in particular for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) that do not have the expertise of system integrators but do need to be able to reconfigure their systems by themselves. One approach for… (More)