Skip to main content

How Digital Tools and Robotics Are Enabling the Next Step in the Evolution of Subsea Activities

Thursday, 9 May
Technical / Poster Session

This session will explore the role of digital tools and robotics in advancing subsea activities. Topics within this session will cover the integration of AI and data analytics, optimizing decision-making in subsea systems. Furthermore, the session will cover advances in ROVs and AUVs, examining their enhanced capabilities and autonomy. Case studies will illustrate how these technologies improve inspection, maintenance, and repair in challenging subsea environments. The session will also cover digital twin technologies, showcasing their significance in shaping the future of underwater exploration.

Ross Doak, Offshore Robotics Program Manager - Shell International Ltd.
Rafael Pestana, Senior Civil Engineer - Petrobras
  • 1400-1418 35371
    FIRSTLING-DIGIMAR, a Pilot Scale Digital Twin of a Marine Riser for Field Use
    E. Kharazmi, Brown University; A. Menzelopoulos, E. Prele, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; K. Shukla, Z. Wang, Brown University; B. Bray, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Q. Cao, A. Singh, Brown University; D. Fan, Westlake University; T. Sapsis, M. Triantafyllou, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; G. Karniadakis, Brown University
  • 1420-1438 35073
    A System of Connected Digital Twins with Artificial Intelligent Solutions - The Key to Resolving the Energy Trilemma
    O.H. Hansen, V. Jaiswal, K. Eriksson, DNV
  • 1440-1458 35439
    Facilitating Digital Delivery: Advancements in 360° Visualization of Subsea Assets and Data to Aid Informed Decision Making
    G. Hammond, S. Ferrari, UTEC NCS Survey Ltd
  • 1500-1518 35051
    Scalable AI Detections on Risers via Drone Capture
    M. Castillo, D. Potiris, Abyss Solutions
  • 1520-1538 35038
    Harnessing Artificial Intelligence to Improve Production and Operational Efficiencies in Deepwater Subsea Tiebacks
    B. Jarrell, KBR; R.B. D'Souza, Richard B Offshore; N. Chauhan, Visionaize Inc
  • 1540-1558 35240
    Digital Twin: Hybrid Virtual Simulation and Physical Monitoring Strategy for Long-Term Safe Operation of Floating Production Platform-Hybrid Polyester Mooring Lines-Steel Catenary Risers Multibody System in the South China Sea
    K. Chen, J. Yang, Q. Yin, China University of Petroleum, Beijing; T. Mayank, Louisiana State University; B. Gao, Z. Song, S. Jia, China University of Petroleum, Beijing; S. Liu, B. Xie, H. Chen, CNOOC China Limited Hainan Branch

Countdown to OTC 2025!