Rope Robotics 

Funding

H2020

The objective of this project is to demonstrate to the market that the robot meets any demand set forth by wind turbine owners and manufactures. To document its performance and, thereby, become accepted as the new industry standard for wind turbine blade repair.

Rope Ropotics has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the grant agreement No. 848747 – WindTTRo.

H2020

The objective of this project is to demonstrate to the market that the robot meets any demand set forth by wind turbine owners and manufactures. To document its performance and, thereby, become accepted as the new industry standard for wind turbine blade repair.

Rope Ropotics has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the grant agreement No. 848747 – WindTTRo.

EUDP

This project aims to overcome the additional development and logistical challenges associated with maintenance of offshore wind turbines and to demonstrate the functionality of the robot under real offshore conditions, carrying out full repairs of several turbines. The demonstration activities will focus on the most prominent issue, leading edge repair, but the robot will be developed to enable all repairs on the blades (and eventually other O&M tasks).

Rope Robotics has received funding from the EUDP (Energiteknologisk Udviklings- og Demonstrationsprogram) and is joint effort with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy under the project journal ref: 64018-0557

 

EUDP

This project aims to overcome the additional development and logistical challenges associated with maintenance of offshore wind turbines and to demonstrate the functionality of the robot under real offshore conditions, carrying out full repairs of several turbines. The demonstration activities will focus on the most prominent issue, leading edge repair, but the robot will be developed to enable all repairs on the blades (and eventually other O&M tasks).

Rope Robotics has received funding from the EUDP (Energiteknologisk Udviklings- og Demonstrationsprogram) and is joint effort with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy under the project journal ref: 64018-0557

Markedsmodningsfonden

Robot-automated maintenance of wind turbines

Rope Robotics received funding from the Markedsmodningsfonden under the grant agreement ref: 2017-11595.

The scope of the project was a further development of the Robot and tools, as well as testing in wind turbines.

The project started in 2017

Summer 2019 – end of project
We have with great pleasure finalized our project funded by Markeds Modningsfonden. It has been a well-functioning collaboration and we would like to raise a big thank for the support.

Markedsmodnings
fonden

Robot-automated maintenance of wind turbines

Rope Robotics received funding from the Markedsmodningsfonden under the grant agreement ref: 2017-11595.

The scope of the project was a further development of the Robot and tools, as well as testing in wind turbines.

The project started in 2017

Summer 2019 – end of project
We have with great pleasure finalized our project funded by Markeds Modningsfonden. It has been a well-functioning collaboration and we would like to raise a big thank for the support.

INNOBOOSTER

Robotic solution to service of wind turbine blades

This project was funded by Innovationsfondens INNOBOOSTER program with grant number 7041-00135B. The project was successful completed in 2018.

INNOBOOSTER

Robotic solution to service of wind turbine blades

This project was funded by Innovationsfondens INNOBOOSTER program with grant number 7041-00135B. The project was successful completed in 2018.

CONTACT US

Rope Robotics – Lokesvej 4
8230 Åbyhøj – Denmark

CVR: DK37592021

Phone: +45 53 660 900
Mail: info@roperobotics.com

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