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NERA partners with Wood on AI Inspection Solution
Source: World Pipelines
The power of ground-breaking, artificial intelligence (AI) technology has been harnessed in a new real-time inspection solution, capable of autonomously detecting and categorising equipment anomalies.

The Augmented Machine Vision Solution (AMVS) has been developed through a 12 month, AUD$288 600 partnership between Wood and NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) - the independent NFP, grant funded by the Federal Government and matched by industry and stakeholder funding, established to drive growth in the energy resources sector. The partnership’s aim was to develop and deliver a solution for the inspection of critical industrial equipment, particularly for subsea oil and gas infrastructure.

Azad Hessamodini, President of Growth & Development at Wood, said: "By combining Wood’s deep domain knowledge with cutting-edge AI technology, the AMVS will deliver a safer and faster inspection approach which can provide operators with more accurate and up-to-date information to help maximise the output of their assets. It’s a game changer for inspections which we know are susceptible to human-error and inconsistencies.

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