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Robots for Wind Farms

Project Title: Robots for Wind Farms

Funding body: SEAI

Duration: 36 M (01/01/2022-31/12/2024)

Coordinator: UL

Partners: NA

UL Team: Daniel Toal PI,  Edin Omerdic, Philipe Cardoso Santos,
 Anthony Weir


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The Robots for Wind Farms projects addresses SEAI’s central remit of bringing about a low carbon economy through measures and activities focused on the transition to a smarter and more sustainable energy future.

• Accelerate the development and deployment in the Irish marketplace of competitive energy-related products, processes and systems: specifically, the Robots for Wind Farms proposal will developtest, support and catalyse roll out of robot technology for the growing wind farm sector inspection and maintenance.


• Support solutions that enable technical and other barriers to market uptake to be overcome: the Robots for Wind Farms robotic systems development is necessary for installation, operation – inspection and maintenance of wind farm infrastructure in the challenging environments of the off-shore environment. This project directly addresses technical barriers of operating in challenging wind farm sites and will contribute to lowering the LCOE.



The CRIS team invlove in inspection of offshore wind infrastructure.  .

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