Drones and Robots – Green Transition/Challenging Environments
Drones and robots play a crucial role in the green transition by performing essential inspection and maintenance tasks without the need to transport humans over long distances or to otherwise inaccessible locations.
Drones and robots play a crucial role in the green transition by performing essential inspection and maintenance tasks without the need to transport humans over long distances or to otherwise inaccessible locations. This approach extends the lifespan of the equipment being inspected, with minimal or no human transportation-related carbon footprint.
However, many of these locations pose challenging operational environments for the technology, such as extreme temperatures, water, salt, humidity, icing, and electrical conditions. Understanding these challenges is crucial for the lifespan of drones and robots and, consequently, their impact on CO2 consumption.
Come and learn more about drones and robots in the green transition and how they are designed to withstand challenging environments. Additionally, explore how HCA contributes to drone development and take an exciting tour of FORCE Technology’s facilities at Lindø.
The seminar aims to provide companies developing drones and robots with insights into how their technology can function in environments challenging in terms of water, humidity, icing, aggressive gases, etc. This includes understanding the impact on the design of the drone or robot and gaining insights into testing possibilities. Companies will also learn about the opportunities for customized manufacturing with robots.
Target Audience: Companies developing drones and robots for demanding environments such as agriculture, offshore, and industry.
Outcome: Companies gain knowledge to address environmental impacts from the surroundings in the development of their technology.
Registration, networking, and morning coffee
HCA and Drone Development by Lars Michael Larsen, HCA
Trends and Challenges in Drones
Networking and coffee break
Automatic Inspection with Robots
HCA Facility Tour
Travel to Lindø
Lunch and networking
Presentation on Arctic Climate and Tropical Heat at Lindø, including Welding Robots
Drones and Robots in Challenging Electrical Environments by Ole Hammer, FORCE Technology
Longevity and Life Extension of Drones and Robots
Tour and networking
Thank you for today
Photos and participant list:
Please note that photos will be taken throughout the event. Odense Robotics will use these for marketing and publicity of our initiatives on our website, in social media and in any third party publication. Upon request, participant email list can be shared with participants and event partners.
Please contact us if you have any concerns or if you wish to be exempted from these activities.
Odense Robotics is co-funded by the Danish Board of Business Development, the Danish Agency for Higher Education and Science and the European Union, as well as a broad range of projects and partnerships.
HCA and Lindø
21 November 2023 08:30 - 16:00
HCA and LindøLufthavnvej 131, 5270 Odense N