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DIV-INT-Annet internasjonalt samarbeid

Offshore Data Community

Tildelt: kr 1,0 mill.

This RCN call for clusters falls at a strategic point for the phase that NODE BigData now is entering. A collaboration platform needs to be established to in order for the initiative to reach the next phase of cross-network activities and promotion of Open Innovation. The long-term goal of creating long lasting content in BigData depends upon this, and a key element is the mobility of personnel. Finding and integrating state-of-the-art in international collaboration between research institutions and industry is essential to excel. The NODE industry is committed to research in collaboration with national and international academic institutions, for pre-competitive, long-term research that shall ensure global technology leadership, and prepare the partners for the next generations of offshore platforms and operations. This project will thus also contribute significantly to the goals of OG21 "Oil and Gas in the 21st Century". Advanced automation, condition-based maintenance and handling of big data are key technologies for industry. They are essential technologies to maintaining a competitive industry in high cost countries. This project is important for the companies in the NODE cluster in order to succeed in reaching national, international and long-term targets: -National target: develop new concepts for automation where the construction, engineering and design invite automation, to minimize the number of manual processes, as well as to reduce risk and cost related to offshore drilling operations. -International target: support the industry partners to hold the global leader position by developing the most efficient future drilling operation. -Long-term target: enable technologies, equipment, processes and solutions for the automation of heavy machinery and for handling large data flows under demanding conditions. Through mutually beneficial collaboration with relevant industrial clusters in North America and research/educational institutions in both US/NO.


DIV-INT-Annet internasjonalt samarbeid