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As part of an Editorial short series, AZoRobotics takes a look at how the renewable energy sector is harnessing the power of robotic technologies. Here, we take a look at robots in hydropower stations.
Amid the rapid global expansion of the wind energy sector, the integration of robotics is becoming pivotal for wind farm operators.
Like any renewable energy infrastructure, solar plants must be protected and secured. It is here where robots and autonomous systems can come into play.
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Using the advantages of the phased array technology, Olympus has designed a powerful inspection system for seamless pipe inspections well-adapted to the stringent requirements of the oil and gas markets. This phased array system is flexible and can be used to match inspection performances and the product requirements of customers.