Our Journey with Total

Since our early days Taurob has centered its business around innovation to help customers tackle their everyday challenges on safety and improving their efficiency. Through innovation and applying cutting edge technology in cooperation with Certification Agencies and Lead Customers we fielded the world’s first ATEX certified robots for emergency response units in 2012 (“The Taurob Tracker”). In parallel we started to look for new markets where our R&D efforts and robotic solutions could benefit customers across the globe. With the invitation to bid for the ARGOS Challenge, Total gave that answer:

The OGRIP Project

Within this phase, the former ARGOS robot (as well as our commercial Taurob Tracker) were assessed for use in an operational Oil & Gas environment. This provided valuable insight and showed various limitations with operating our existing fleet of robots in harsh environments such as O&G. These valuable lessons have been taken on board and this has led to the development of our dedicated Taurob Inspector, which now has the capability of providing autonomous inspection for a variety industries.
The OGRIP Project

The OWCR Project

The Offshore Work Class Robot is a completely new robot in development (based on the OGRIP chassis) which is able to perform autonomous manipulation operations. Due to the next generation battery, it will be able to operate for extended periods of time (up to 4hrs of operation and 4 hours charging). It will be robust and reliable and maintenance of the robot is anticipated at intervals of up to once per year. This means that this robot is ideally suited to Normally Unmanned Installations (NUI) where human intervention is rare.
The OWCR Project

Taurob’s Partners & Collaborations

Taurob’s Partners & Collaborations

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