• NACE equips society to protect people, assets and
    the environment from the adverse effects of corrosion.
Course - CTS "Robotic Capabilities for Surface Preparation, Integrity and Corrosion Management"

    This one-day seminar, entitled Robotic Capabilities for Surface Preparation, Integrity and Corrosion Management, features thought leaders from the energy, technological, manufacturing, and engineering sectors, scientists, maritime, and more who will share insights on robotic capabilities for surface preparation, integrity and corrosion management.

    Many industries are moving towards unmanned inspection solutions with the use of drones, robots, and remotely operated vehicles (ROV) deployed scanners instead of divers. Integrating robotics into an asset integrity maintenance program can drastically reduce the number of CSE’s (confined space entries/permits/hazards) while obtaining as good or better inspection data. Learn how robotics can help to create a safer, more efficient way to prep hard to reach areas as well as how to cut operational overhead and operations expenses to a fraction with in-service inspections.

    Featured Speakers:
    • Agata Surowiec/ Esteban Cesan, Sonomatic
    • Wes Kirkland, Inuktun
    • Steven Trevino, Diakont
    • Dan Alford, Arc Specialties
    • Raj Venkatachalam, Oceaneering
    • Ed Bryner, GeckoRobotics

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    • Operators
    • Asset Owners
    • Service companies
    • Project Managers
    There are no prerequisites for this course.

    • Understand the state-of-the-art robotics platforms and sensors for hazardous environment deployments
    • Robotic operation of water blasting and grinding (surface prep).
    • Inspection solutions for industry
    • Application of corrosion resistant coatings
    • Operators and service providers looking for a safer more efficient way to prep hard to reach surfaces
    • Integrating robotics into an asset integrity maintenance program can drastically reduce the number of CSE’s (confined space entries/permits/hazards) while obtaining as good or better inspection data
    • Interface directly with robotic platform developers, their sensor counterparts, and understand the applications for their intended use
    • Interact with robotic and sensor developers striving to eliminate the need for Confined Space Entry (CSE’s) one of the leading causes of death according to the NTSB
    • Cut operational overhead and operations to a fraction with in-service inspections
    • Multi-industries are moving towards unmanned inspection solutions with the use of drones, robots, ROV deployed scanners instead of divers
    • More and more asset owners have robotic units within industry which are used for field operations troubleshooting

    No related certifications.