Saudi Aramco team shares robotics knowledge with KAUST students

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Engineers from Saudi Aramco’s Research and Development Center (R&DC) recently conducted a five-day workshop at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Thuwal to teach the university students the basics of robotic system design, development, and programming.

The project-based workshop, titled “Design and Build Your Own Robot,” was conducted as part of the Winter Enrichment Program held at the university to give the 35 participating students a hands-on development experience with direct application to the industry.

Engineers from the Intelligent Systems Team, part of the Oil & Gas Network Integrity (OGNI) division at Saudi Aramco, facilitated the workshop as a way to pass on their knowledge in building industrial robots.

The Intelligent Systems Team conducts cutting-edge research in the field of robotics to solve some of the company’s chronic operational challenges, including inspection and monitoring of assets that are difficult to access and reach, as well as reducing the cost and impact of corrosion. With their many years of experience designing field deployable robots, the team helped prepare future engineers for careers in this high-tech field.

Engineers from Saudi Aramco’s Research and Development Center (R&DC) recently conducted a five-day workshop at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Thuwal to teach the university students the basics of robotic system design, development, and programming.

The project-based workshop, titled “Design and Build Your Own Robot,” was conducted as part of the Winter Enrichment Program held at the university to give the 35 participating students a hands-on development experience with direct application to the industry.

Engineers from the Intelligent Systems Team, part of the Oil & Gas Network Integrity (OGNI) division at Saudi Aramco, facilitated the workshop as a way to pass on their knowledge in building industrial robots.

The Intelligent Systems Team conducts cutting-edge research in the field of robotics to solve some of the company’s chronic operational challenges, including inspection and monitoring of assets that are difficult to access and reach, as well as reducing the cost and impact of corrosion. With their many years of experience designing field deployable robots, the team helped prepare future engineers for careers in this high-tech field.

Engineers from Saudi Aramco’s Research and Development Center (R&DC) recently conducted a five-day workshop at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Thuwal to teach the university students the basics of robotic system design, development, and programming.

The project-based workshop, titled “Design and Build Your Own Robot,” was conducted as part of the Winter Enrichment Program held at the university to give the 35 participating students a hands-on development experience with direct application to the industry.

Engineers from the Intelligent Systems Team, part of the Oil & Gas Network Integrity (OGNI) division at Saudi Aramco, facilitated the workshop as a way to pass on their knowledge in building industrial robots.

The Intelligent Systems Team conducts cutting-edge research in the field of robotics to solve some of the company’s chronic operational challenges, including inspection and monitoring of assets that are difficult to access and reach, as well as reducing the cost and impact of corrosion. With their many years of experience designing field deployable robots, the team helped prepare future engineers for careers in this high-tech field.