The offshore renewables sector is beginning to use robots in similar ways to the offshore oil and gas industries in an effort to cut costs.
A growing number of innovative researchers in academia and industry are developing robots for use in offshore renewables. Their work draws on decades of experience gained in using robots in the offshore oil and gas sector. ...
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