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Octopus-Salvage robot / 9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Octopus-Salvage robot

Once it is started and placed into the well, the robot can identify the fallen drilling bit by its mode type previously input into it. The robot can then locate the fallen drilling bit by means of ultrasonic imaging and electrical imaging. The best binding routes can be calculated automatically by the robot. The robot will then fix the drilling bit with steel wires and cords by means of its mechanical arms. After the fixation is completed, a signal will be sent to the mobile phone users above the ground, and the drilling bit will be salvaged by the robot with the combined use of the crane.

University

Henan University of Technology

Henan University of Technology
Zhengzhou, China

ZhiWen Wei,
Henan University of Technology

JiaBao He,
Henan University of Technology

JiaWei Wang,
Henan University of Technology