ROMEO project organizes the 10th of June 2021 the second virtual Q&A live session of its training programme for industrialists and research infrastructures
One of the aims of ROMEO Project is to share its knowledge related to the O&M of offshore wind turbines and installations with its main stakeholders. The initiative organizes the 10th of June the second virtual Q&A live session of its training programme in order to promote this mission and encourage the transfer of knowledge.
The virtual event will be related to the main topic “Introducing to diagnosis and prognostics of offshore wind turbine components” and it will be directed to industrialists and research infrastructures interested in the solutions of ROMEO for the offshore wind farms.
Scheduled at 11:00 o’clock (CET) of the 10th of June, the session will have the format of a panel discussion where the participants will be able to ask their questions to the contributors of the second training pill session which is available on the website of the project.
The session can be accessed through this link.
The live event will be introduced by César Yanes (Iberdrola) and Susana Garayoa (ZABALA). Then will be discussed the three videos that integrate this session and that have to be seen before the event: “Data driven decision making for optimised O&M of offshore Wind structures”, by Carolin Wendelborn (RAMBOLL); “Machine Learning for diagnostics and prognostics of offshore Wind turbines”, by Roy Assaf (IBM Research Zurich); and “The Role of Condition Monitoring in Predictive Maintenance Concepts”, by Kilian Krügel (BACHMANN Monitoring). All the training pill videos are available in the YouTube channel of the project.
The first training session of this programme was launched last year and it was related to the topic “Specifying an integrated data processing platform for optimal O&M of offshore wind turbines”. This first training pill can be seen here.
ROMEO Project (Reliable OM decision tools and strategies for high LCoE reduction on offshore wind) is an initiative backed by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme and its consortium is formed by several European partners: Iberdrola, Siemens Gamesa, EDF, RAMBOLL, IBM Research – Zurich, INDRA, BACHMANN Monitoring, LAULAGUN Bearings, UPTIME Engineering, University of Strathclyde and ZABALA Innovation Consulting.