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Implementation of smart automation projects in the oil industry is on the agenda of Amirkabir University of Technology.

 | Post date: 2024/05/18 | 
Implementation of smart automation projects in the oil industry is on the agenda of Amirkabir University of Technology.
Amirkabir University of Technology has signed a cooperation agreement to develop investment in projects related to oil, gas, energy, transportation, and financial technologies. According to the public relations office of Amirkabir University of Technology, the cooperation agreement was signed by Dr. Alireza Zahedi, CEO of the Scientist Institute, Engineer Mohammad Sadegh Azimi Far, CEO of Sina Energy, and Dr. Alireza Rahaei, chancellor of the University. Collaboration in organizing technological events, specialized meetings, seminars, scientific conferences, specialized courses related to the objectives of both parties, cooperation and interaction in investment development in projects related to oil, gas, energy, transportation, financial technologies, and other strategic areas, as well as collaboration in providing mentors and specialized judges for guiding and evaluating Sina VC projects are among the areas of cooperation in this agreement. Collaboration in utilizing the commercial capacities of both parties, promoting and disseminating specialized content in the field of bio-innovation with a focus on areas related to the missions of both parties through existing platforms, transferring experiences and creative solutions in the system of issues of the disadvantaged, activating and employing the capacities of the educational sector, and empowering related to the activities of both parties are other areas of cooperation included in this agreement.
Furthermore, in this agreement, both parties have committed to collaborating in areas such as facilitating the entry of the public into the field of innovation and technology, especially raising awareness among individuals with limited access to innovative and technological capacities, identifying networks of experts and ecosystem actors for the development of businesses and the expansion of export markets for knowledge-based goods and services in industries related to the goals of both parties. Forming joint specialized working groups to remove barriers to venture capital investment, develop the bio-innovation and technology ecosystem of the country, and meet the technological needs of the industries of the disadvantaged are among the commitments of both parties in this agreement. Collaboration in topics related to automation in the oil industry in this agreement includes defining a project in the field of oil platform automation focusing on issues related to HSE, detecting flaws and faults in pipelines using artificial intelligence, reducing maintenance costs through artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, decision-making based on analysis using artificial intelligence, and intelligent asset management using digital twins, logistics management, and transportation with artificial intelligence.