Robotics/unmanned systems

Vaarst, a spinoff from subsea robotic and hydrographic survey company Rovco, wants to accelerate advancement in ocean robotics by providing access to artificial-intelligence technology to marine and subsea providers for autonomous robotic work.
Oslo-based consultancy Rystad Energy sees the potential for robots and automation to replace up to 400,000 roles in North America, Europe, and Russia by 2030. The timeline is not guaranteed, though, and will move at a speed set by human decision making.
A presentation at the 2020 Offshore Technology Conference Asia described a study of unmanned aerial vehicles operated by off-site pilots based in remote control centers many miles from the facility.

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