Condition Monitoring and Predictive Failure

Event Details

Prime Four, Kingswells, Aberdeen, AB15 8PJ
Tuesday 25th April 2017 10:00-16:00

Event run in conjunction with Scottish Innovation Centres CENSIS and DATALAB, which bridge the gap between universities and industry. This event will establish the sensory and electronic hardware requirements to monitor failure modes of subsea architecture for both oil and gas applications and offshore wind installations and lead on to the data analysis and decision systems to monitor deterioration and predictive failure. NSRI will produce an output report with a technology roadmap to guide the developer community.

Target audience/ Contributors: IRM service Provider, Sensor and Electronic developers ; data analysis and algorithm developers 


• 10:00 – Welcome and introductions
• 10:10 – Performance in terms of subsea equipment failures: Gordon Drummond, NSRI
• 10:30 – Sensor systems, subsea capability and the opportunity for development: Rachael Wakefield, CENSIS
• 11:15 – Data analytics and intelligence: what might it bring to subsea integrity management: Duncan Hart, The Data Lab
• 12:00 – Networking lunch
• 12:45 – Round table discussions on 1) Sensors, complete with associated power and electronics; 2) Communications; 3) Data analytics and intelligence and 4) End users, subsea integrity managers, IRM contractors and regulators
• 14:30 – Coffee
• 15:00 – Review ideas from tables
• 15:45 – Future planning
• 16:00 – Ends


Subsea UK Member - Single

£48.00 (includes VAT)


Non-member - Single

£72.00 (includes VAT)



To book your place, please visit the website here