We invite you to a Subsea Innovation Day focusing on opportunities and challenges in developing smarter sensors, automation and data integration.
19 April 2017, 08:30 – 16:00
OCTIO Seabed monitoring illustration
Integrated Monitoring is combining models, sensors and big data/advanced data analysis and data fusion. This is a key project for GCE Subsea to enable better, safer and more cost efficient solutions through increased integration, automation and digitalisation.
New Innovation Centre
GCE Subsea has ambitions to be awarded status as Centre for Research-based Innovation (SFI) within Integrated Monitoring. This workshop will also be used to get input to the scope and object of such a centre. The objective is to strengthen the cluster companies innovation by focusing on long-term research in close collaborating between research-intensive enterprises and leading research groups.
The event will feature leading authorities on the topics, as well as workshop and dialog to identify the main challenges and opportunities facing the industry.
The results from the workshop will be summarised and posted as an innovation challenge by GCE Subsea, where the best ideas will be supported with pre-project funding.
We will give presentations and workshop sessions for:
Overall challenges and needs
Smarter sensors and observation methodology
Data analysis, integration, BigData
Registration and coffee
Welcome and introduction, Owe Hagesæther, CEO GCE Subsea
Opening Key Note; An autonomous underwater future, James Bellingham, Director Center for Marine Robotics at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI)
From a mechanical and analog to a digital subsea industry, Siddi Wouters, Director Digital Services and Innovation Center TechnipFMC
Break and refreshments
Cap-X – One step closer to a subsea ‘plug and play’ solution, Bjørgulf Haukelidsæt Eidesen, Leader Subsea Technology and Systems Statoil
Integrated Monitoring – From a marine science and aquaculture perspective, Geir Lasse Taranger, Research Director Aquaculture Marine environment and Technology Institute of Marine Research (IMR)
Workshop Part 1: Overall challenges and needs
The next step in condition monitoring, Stian Bless, Chief Development Officer Karsten Moholt.
Integration and standardisation – Necessary evolution for cost effective monitoring solutions, Bjarte Fageraas, CEO Octio Group
Workshop Part 2: Sensors and observation methodology
Break and refreshments
Big Data analysis for improved operation and maintenance of subsea pumps, Ove Lampe, Senior Scientist Christian Michelsen Research (CMR)
Thoughts on the future of IoT., Erik Fossum Færevaag, CEO Disruptive Technologies