The robot Antecursor I sends its reviews in real time anywhere in the world

The robot Antecursor I sends its reviews in real time anywhere in the world

Iberdrola and Arbórea present in Zamora this revolutionary examination system that improves effectiveness by achieving automatic and digital prophetic conservation of electrical architectures.
This android bases its automatic movement through the installations on a unique process patented by the Salamanca- grounded technology company, inspired by the stalking strategies of the genet, the nightly critter that inhabits our holm oak timbers, able of moving with perfection in the dark.
This further comprehensive analysis has been applied in a new way to motor substations, offering lesser traceability and worker safety- The technology allows damage assessment without the need for field visits, performing in lesser effectiveness and a significant reduction in costs and CO2 emigrations.
Iberdrola and Arbórea Intellbird, the creator of Arachnocopter, presented at the El Torrao substation the robot Antecursor I *, able of transferring its reviews in real time to any part of the world thanks to the 5G network. This robot is a revolutionary examination system that improves effectiveness by achieving automatic and digital prophetic conservation of electrical architectures, applied in a new way to motor substations, offering lesser traceability and workersafety.Arbórea Intellbird was promoted by Iberdrola through its Perseo fund for eight times with the end of promoting its development and consolidating it in the sector. On this occasion, the company has gone a step further and has developed this platform for the independent examination of substations, grounded on a robot and analysis software. This android bases its automatic movement through electrical installations on a unique process patented by the Salamanca- grounded technology company, inspired by the stalking strategies of the genet, the nightly critter that inhabits our holm oak timbers, able of moving with perfection in thedark.The robot automatically captures data from all the critical structures of the substation, thanks to high- resolution visible and thermographic image detectors, and sends it in real time via Orange’s 5G network to the” virtual control palace”, located in Arbórea’s installations in the Science Park of the University of Salamanca. formerly there, this data is reused to make a digital binary and descry, measure and quantify anomalies thanks to the Salamanca software platforms. In addition, the data is transferred, also in real time, to colorful Iberdrola decision centres. The 5G network also makes it possible, if necessary, to take live homemade control of the robot which travels autonomously- by real time.
Autonomous monitoring of a substation makes it possible to descry nascent faults more snappily and efficiently, which is also an advantage in the event of an exigency taking immediate monitoring. In this way, the technology makes it possible to assess damage without the need to travel to the point, performing in lesser effectiveness and a significant reduction in costs and CO2emissions.This new process has been the result of combining Iberdrola’s experience in the operation and conservation of the electricity distribution network with the digital examination procedures and tools of the Salamanca- grounded company Arbórea.( *) The antecursors were an elite troop created by Caesar to move in advance of the Roman legions and decide the wayforward.INNOVATION AT THE SERVICE OF THE ENERGY OF TOMORROW The automatic supervision of architectures is a line of technological development accepted further than ten times ago by Arbórea, which is presently fastening its sweats on furnishing effective and independent examination systems for large coastal wind granges, which are crucial to Iberdrola’s unborn growth. The Antecursor I robot for substation examination will be tested, after the demonstration carried out moment in Zamora, in Iberdrola’s coastal marineinfrastructures.This development by Arbórea is supported by several patents held by the company, which is veritably active in the generation of technological intellectual property, substantially grounded on biomimetic principles. Biomimetic technology is inspired by designs or mechanisms in nature. In recent times, Arbórea’s drones have completely checked further than,500 blades at Iberdrola Renovables’ onshore wind granges in Spain, Portugal and Mexico. This examination platform has created digital halves of these thousands of blades, which has vastly reduced Iberdrola’s conservation costs by helping to efficiently distinguish those blades in the worstcondition.IBERDROLA’S FIRM COMMITMENT TO ENTREPRENEURSHIPIberdrola’s launch- up programme, PERSEO, aims to grease the group’s access to the technologies of the future and foster collaboration and the development of a global ecosystem of innovative technology companies in the electricity sector.
Since its creation, PERSEO has invested 90 million euros in launch- ups that develop innovative technologies and business models, fastening on those that ameliorate the sustainability of the energy sector through lesser electrification and decarbonisation of theeconomy.The programme has concentrated its conditioning on the analysis of business openings and technological collaboration with launch- ups and arising companies around the world, analysing 300 companies each time and creating an ecosystem of nearly,500 entrepreneurial companies from further than 35 countries. In addition to investment, through PERSEO, Iberdrola carries out further than 25 real tests of technologies per time, which serve as the first step in establishing a marketable relationship with the launch- ups. In addition, in the last two times the group has launched further than fifteen challenges in which around,000 launch- ups have shared.