We currently have 2 opportunities to work with us:
The future potential of critical energy infrastructure is the integration of smart local energy systems (SLES). SLES will be tailored to the needs of the community in order to optimise the cost, resilience and low carbon attributes that the climate emergency demands.
This PhD will develop new computational modelling techniques to capture the dynamics between SLES and national infrastructure, as well as the specific relationships within these multi-vector systems.
The future potential of robotic platforms will be delivered when there is trust and value in the support and services they provide. To achieve this we propose a symbiotic partnership between infrastructure, robots and humans via integration within a run-time architecture assist with digital tools, that delivers safety compliance and self-certification.