The Future Subsea Digital Toolbox

THS in Scotland
Date31 October 2019
VenueAker Solutions, Dyce Drive, AB21 0BR

The modern challenges of the subsea landscape include deep and challenging terrain, environmental concerns, fluctuating cost models and an ever-increasing drive for safer operations and working conditions. These challenges are increasing the shift towards adopting digital techniques for subsea operations with the goal of improving efficiency and reducing human impact. Once considered to be 'future technology', numerous innovations are becoming prevalent across the subsea landscape such as:

  • Subsea Automation
  • Data Analytics
  • Cloud Computing
  • Robotics
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Digital Twin

As technologies become more established they become integrated to provide cost effective and agile solutions to applications that continue to grow in complexity. Above surface, digital technologies have transformed day-to-day human engagement, with advanced technologies being integrated to provide seamless digital solutions.

How can a range of surface and subsea technologies be integrated and networked to provide a Digital Toolbox for the benefit of the subsea landscape? How can the workforce keep pace with advances in technology to maximise benefit? Therefore, the topic of this seminar, The Future Subsea Digital Toolbox aims to define how individual technologies can be integrated to solve current and future problems of the subsea environment.

Call for Abstracts - CLOSED

Delegate Registration is now OPEN

Delegate fee £99 (Early Bird £79 until 13th October)  

Sponsorship opportunities also exist with space for pop up booths.

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