What will it mean for your work in offshore wind energy if robotisation and automation play a greater role? What will this require from employers? And from education/training programs? In this webinar, we discussed this with scientists, startups and companies from the offshore wind sector.
Guests in this edition?
Sophie van HoytemaPresenter
Sophie is our regular host in our webinar series. The technical public administration expert guides participants through the material and ensures that our viewers have an engaging webinar experience.
Bob MeijerCo-host and director TKI Offshore Energy
Bob adds his highly valued expertise and years of experience in offshore wind energy and innovation to our show to keep the focus in the conversation at the table with the right questions.
Bram van den BoomFounding partner TechBinder
Bram van den Boom optimises human-machine interaction with his company TechBinder. He knows firsthand the impact of increased robotisation and automation in an organization. Companies ask TechBinder to realize higher productivity through remote assistance and smart use of data, among other things.
Remco StreppelHead of Operations - Offshore Wind - Eneco
Remco is one of the leaders in the offshore energy transition. He has been building offshore wind farms for years, making the most of the talents inside and outside Eneco. He has a good eye for technological and digital developments and how they can find a place in wind farm operations.
Ties van BruinessenDirecteur RoboHouse - TU Delft
Ties is at home in the world where humans and robots meet. RoboHouse is a fieldlab where the interaction between humans and machines is explored. A good understanding of what humans do in a work process and how to translate it to robotisation is daily business for Ties and his colleagues.
Jan Willem WagenaarProgramma Manager Wind Energie - TNO
Jan Willem works at the spearhead of innovations and developments in wind energy. He led us through the latest developments and future developments in robotics and autonomous systems in offshore wind.