Autonomy and Me: Symbiotic Partnerships Between People and Systems

Thank you to Clearpath Robotics for highlighting how our research is establishing a pathway for the transition of Trustworthy Autonomous Services into industry. Productive collaboration, Run-Time mission resilience and Safety Compliance was achieved using a digital environment to support the 3C’s (Collaboration, Coordination and Corroboration) across people, infrastructure, the environment, and resident robotics using a hyper-enabled collaborative […]


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AI-Driven Maintenance Support for Downhole Tools and Electronics Operated in Dynamic Drilling Environments – Available on IEEE Xplore Open Access

The Oil & Gas industry understands the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data. However, contrary to AI consumer applications and many other industrial sectors, the dynamic and harsh environments of drilling and production operations as well as the global scale brings a very unique set of challenges for the deployment of industrialised, scalable […]


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Developing the Energy Systems of the Future

A new ground-breaking local energy company, ReFLEX Orkney Ltd, has today [1st December] launched a range of new low-carbon transport and power services exclusive to Orkney residents and businesses to further decarbonise the island’s energy system.  This is a major milestone for the £28.5 million ReFLEX Orkney project which is part funded by UK Research […]


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The Importance of Fusion Prognostics for Sustainable Subsea Power Cable Health Management

Offshore wind farms play a vital role for a sustainable, low-carbon future. Subsea power cables are an essential asset for the electrical transmission and distribution of power from such windfarms. The reliability of these cables determines the sustainability of the power supply and the economic viability of offshore wind farms. Locating and replacing damaged sections […]


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