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Neptune Energy collaborates with students to build ROV

Neptune Energy collaborates with students to build ROV

A Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) is now being designed by Neptune energy with the help of students from Aberdeen University.  The University’s students of electrical and electronic engineering society ty will carry out the project which is being sponsored by the company.

Teams from all over the world will take part in the Mate ROV competition, then design and build a vehicle. The global competition is run by the Marine Advanced Technology Education center (Mate) where the University students will be entering as Nautilus ROV. Considering it to be a responsibility to support the next generation of energy industry professionals, the company seeks strong, long-lasting connections with the University. The company has facilitated the students to discuss with the firm’s senior engineering and projects team for advice. The company had said that new technologies, innovation, and radical new approaches will help face the challenges presented in the future. The strategic approach and plans of the students building a working ROV have already impressed the energy firm.

With five administrative and eight technical roles, the Nautilus ROV team is joining the competition with nine departments. To aid the work of the technical leads, each technical department has junior engineer positions. The competition is scheduled to take place in the US in the next year.


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