15 Nov 2019

SE4 presents at ADIPEC 2019

SE4 honored to be able to showcase our Remote Robotics System at The Abu Dhabi International Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC) 2019. ADIPEC is one of the world’s largest petroleum and gas exhibitions, attracting over 2,000 companies and 140,000 visitors. The event was held on November 11th – 14th at Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).


Lochlainn Wilson SE4 of CEO and Sam Thomason Business Development Manager of SE4 represent the team to explain our projects at the event. Glad that SE4 had a chance to give further information about Autonomous Diggers, Orchestrated Autonomy, and our other projects to the visitor of ADIPEC. We also had a chance to show SE4’s first long-distance demo in public. The audience could watch how our VR and semantic annotation system work by operating our robots remotely from Abu Dhabi to Tokyo regardless of latency, even though it was 8052 KM away.  

Overall, we appreciated all the visitors who came to our booth and discussed the opportunity to collaborate for safer operations for the worker, lower operating costs and providing effective data collection for oil and gas companies. Special shout out to JETRO who invited us to be a part of Japan Space R&D booth in ADIPEC 2019, we also got a chance to meet Hideki Makihara, Japan State Minister of Economy, Trade, and Industry at METI and introduced our technology. We appreciate all who make this happen!



About ADIPEC  https://www.adipec.com/

The Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) is one of the world’s most influential events for the oil and gas industry. As a premium exhibition platform, ADIPEC enables professionals from around the world to do business and grow. Each year, ADIPEC provides one of the most important channels to do business and exchange information, attracting Energy Ministers, global CEOs and leading decision makers across the 4 days of business discussions and knowledge exchange.


About Japan Pavilion

Japan Pavilion held by JETRO showcased ongoing Japanese projects and technologies that have the potential to accelerate R&D in space. The exhibition focuses on R&D in space for well-being and shifts human happiness as the indicator of ‘prosperity’ rather than GDP. This year’s ‘R&D in SPACE for Well-being’ promoted at Japan Pavilion is based on Japanese vision, where R&D in space contributes not just to the well-being of individual people here on earth, but rather the well-being of “us”, encompassing the entire ecosystem including space.


About METI Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry  https://www.meti.go.jp/

The Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry or METI, is a ministry of the Government of Japan. It was created by the 2001 Central Government Reform when the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) merged with agencies from other ministries related to economic activities, such as the Economic Planning Agency. METI’s mission is to develop Japan’s economy and industry by focusing on promoting economic vitality in private companies and smoothly advancing external economic relationships and to secure stable and efficient supply of energy and mineral resources.

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