Science - 22/June/2018

Offshore renewables reach for robotics

Robots have long been used by the offshore oil and gas sector to reduce the costs of installing facilities and operations and maintenance. The offshore renewables sector is starting to benefit from the technology, which could help it make significant cost savings if certain technical hurdles can be overcome

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 ...

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